Currently Being ModeratedApr 20, 2012 7:45 PM (in response to sarahbearrr)
Sorry, this is iPod Classic community forum, hence the poor response to you nano problem. You can post this in the Nano community. forum
However, your OTHER could be data, that was put there in DiskMode, so you got to get into Disk Mode, plug it to the PC and erase those data.
If you have an iPod nano (6th generation)
- Before placing the iPod into Disk Mode, verify that it has a charge.
- Reset the device by pressing the Sleep and Volume Down buttons simultaneously until the display turns black. This should take about eight seconds.
- When the display turns black, hold down the Volume Down and Volume Up buttons simultaneously until the device enters Disk mode.
To return iPod to its normal operating state, reset it.
Have a nice day!