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Ipod is dying. Help!


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I have a 3rd generation ipod (click wheel and four buttons) and it everytime I listen to an album it will play a few songs and then the song will stop playing and the screen shows the initial menu. In other instances the song will stop playing but the screen shows the tracks skipping forward until the end of the album and then it stops all together as before.
Any help will be appreciated.
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Save your songs, and do a new load on it from start. IE format it and reload the OS. As long as you have Itunes there shouldn't be anything to lose.

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