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HELP!!! - connect to your computer. use itunes to resotre LOOP!!! - 5th Gen iPod


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Hello, i had problems with the hard drive and battery so i replaced them with new ones and now i keep getting - 'Connect to your computer. Use itunes to restore'. I restore it, and it jsut comes up with it again. I can force it into disk mode and manually put songs on which works but when i take it out of disk mode i still get the same message and the ipod wont load - please help!!!!
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