IPod nano error with windows vista?

Ive had the ipod for a few months now and using this computer have loaded a few songs 2 it.
When I pluged up 2 watch some movies it gave me this message..
**This computer is no longer athorized 2 play perchased itums that are on the iPod Mine. Would you like 2 athorize for itums perchased from the iTunes store?*
*If you do not athorize all songs will be removes..**
So I click k then go 2 the login page fill that out.
Ive also redone the password just in case but no matter what it gives this error...
*We could not complete your iTunes Store request. An unknown error has occurred (-9808). - There was an error in the itunes store please try again later.
I have been trying this for a few days and this site is the first place I came up on.
Im sure this is the wrong area if so then an admin plz move it.
I need help on what 2 do here if anyone knows what 2 do.

Hey there,
Try this and see if it helps.
1) Go into your Internet Options
2) Click the Advanced tab
3) Scroll down to Security
4) Uncheck the box labeled "Check for server revocation certificate"
Solution is from this page.
http://iphoneappreviewing.blogspot.com/2009/05/itunes-error-9808.html
B-rock

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