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hey everyone,
i hope this topic comes under the right forum :).i'm having some probs with my 20GB iPod. i've been having probs now 4 quite some time--often, when i select a song, it gets stuck and skips to the next song, or skips midway through a song 2 another song!! but these things only happened off and on. the major problem i have now is that the whole thing is completely stuck! i was browsing through the songs when the whole thing just froze! the song that was playing stopped playing and the clickwheel wouldn't work. i tried holding and releasing the 'hold' button at the top but it wouldn't work. i tried 2 charge it and the apple logo appeared, and then a logo showing a folder with an exclamation mark at the bottom left corner appeared and then the screen went completely blank! :) i kept trying 2 swtich it on by holding and releasing the 'hold' button but it just doesn't work!! i was wondering if u guys oculd help me out? i know iPods don't really come under compuetrs or anything, but i'm sure some of u out there have iPods :) .if so, i owuld REALLY appreciate ur help as i LOVE my music!! thanks a lot!!
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You probably need to "rebuild" your iPod's music library. It's similar to defragmenting your computer. Refer to your iPod's user guide on how to do that.
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