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My ipod classic 8og

You told me to reboot my ipod and it worked but as soon as you change the song to something else it just goes back to the same state as before . playing now and no sound and the numbers on the song are still the same. please help.

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Plug your Ipod into Itunes. Restore you Ipod to factory settings. Reload you song back into ITunes.

Are you using play lists and is your Ipod set to auto sync?

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