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If you have an ipod touch or an iphone you need to be sure that you have installed the latest itunes version because it adds some pilots for itunes to detect your ipod. If this doesn't work, try using an app called Manager. Its an itunes alternative and it should detect your ipod this time and let you add songs and create playlists onto it. try it. I'm sure it'll help!
Start with these articles and see if that gets you anywhere...
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Also you might try forcing the iPod into disk mode first, then connecting it to your computer and see if that makes it show up in iTunes...
Putting iPod into Disk Mode
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