It appears there is a good connection between iPod and computer, until iTunes opens. Here's my 'theory.' Some recent PCs have a 'energy saver' feature that turns OFF full power to the USB port when the connected storage devices is not mounted by the system. An iPod is a storage device. Try putting the iPod into Disk Mode Run iTunes and connect iPod. If iTunes picks it up, it may prompt you to do a Restore, with a message about 'recovery.' If you're OK with erasing the iPod, do the Restore.
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