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I have a 30gig ipod video, macbook
Every time i plug the ipod in the pc the ipod will say (do no disconect) like normal, but it will not load on my macbook.

I have to unplug, restart the ipod (menu + middle button) every time.
Always on the second try after the restart it will load normaly on the computer.

What could be my problem?
thanks.

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