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Disk Boot Failure after unplugging Ipod Nano


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After unplugging an Ipod Nano my daughters computer displays a Disk Boot Failure message and ask for the system disk. She said that she unplugged it safely using the tool in the system tray. Is it possible that the Ipod harmed the computer or is it a coincidence that another problem came up at the same time? Where should I start? The hard drive perhaps? Thank for any help.
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So I take it no one has seen an issue such as this?
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