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try reseting it. then resyncing your ipod. to reset it, simply push the middle button down, and the menu button at the same time. a few seconds later and the ipod should reset. then sync the song that had the problem onto the ipod and see if it works. (no point in syncing all your songs becuase if reseting it doesnt work you wasted alot of time syncing songs for nothing)
You can download iTunes (iPod should have come with disc). Then you can purchase songs on itunes store and transfer them directly to your ipod. Or, if you have other MP3's, click on ADD FOLDER TO LIBRARY in itunes, find the folder where your songs are, then click on it. The songs should be in your library. Then just drag them onto your ipod.
go to itunes.com and dl itunes + quicktime. install and scan pc for songs if u already have songs, otherwise, go to the itunes music store in itunes and buy + dl some musin. plug the cable into your ipod and computer, and transfer