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Re: Lost storage space
Have you tried to do a reset? Toggle the hold button on and then off. Then hold down the menu button and the center button at the same time. hold them until the screen flashes. then release. You may have to try this several times.
If that doesan't work, try doing a restore. You can do this from the summary page in itunes. all your music will be erased, but you can just do a sync and re-load it.
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this happens mostly when the ipod has been left on low battery for quite a very long time and as a result the battery is almost or probably as good as dead. the best bet is to leave it on charge for a very long time and also to format it as it asks you. if possible just restore the software with the latest firmware and that should solve your problem because it solved mine. hope this helped you? please rate
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When they say that an ipod can hold "500" songs the don't actually know that it can it all depends on the format of the song, the version of firmware etc. my suggestion would be take of all your songs re-format them to mp3 or to something that takes up less space and then put them all back on and there you have it... please comment and rate for any help please pm me... lol