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The only thing I can currently think of would be swapping out the cable at this point and seeing if performance improves. You've tried on different computers, so that kind of rules out fault with the PC/Mac. It has to be something with the iPod, and the cable is the first thing I'd check.
Isai, format the iPod. Go to either Launchpad or Spotlight and open up "Disk Utility". [Applications/Utilities] Now select / click your iPod and type in any name. Now click "Erase" and it will start formatting / erasing. This Will delete all of your Data on your iPod! Make sure there is no portable / usb cable connected to the iPod during this ...
Open Disk Utility (/Applications/Utilities/Disk Utility), click on your iPod in the sidebar. Select "Erase" from the tabs in the center. Enter a name for the disk, then from the dropdown, select any of the 'Mac OS X' options. Click the "Erase" button in the right hand bottom corner. This will delete all your data on the iPod Wait for it to finish formatting, ...
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