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More iPod Troubles

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Hardcore iPod

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Well i restored my Nano to facotry settings a day ago because i fancied a change of music. Anyway, i went to add some more music today, plugged in the USB cable etc and when i got down to it my iPod just says 'Do Not Disconnect'. Can this problem be solved or has another iPod died on me?

Also does anyone know of a site that reviews iPods / MP3 players? Im sick of Apple.

Any help will be appreciated.
Cheers. :smashin:
 

PJTX100

Distinguished Member
'Do Not Disconnect' is the standard message you always get when you hook up the iPod. You need to go into iTunes, do your stuff, then click on the eject button within iTunes before unplugging the iPod.

Must say a hard reset is a radical way of clearing out your music. Simply going into iTunes, highlighting all the music on the Nano and hitting delete would have done the same.
 

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