Disk insertion not readable

Lately, my iPod mini has been making funny noises, and whenever I turn it on, the exclamation mark folder error pops up, and then my iPod shuts off. I read in the support section to charge it first, but when I plugged it into my computer, an error popped up ( on my computer screen). It says:
Disk Inserion
The disk you inserted was not readable by this computer.
On my ipod scheen, it keeps flashing from the battery charger icon, to the apple logo, and to the folder exclamaion mark error, and the do not disconnect symbol.
I have no idea what is going on, so could someone please help me!

Hello, sorry I did not make this clear. The file I have to remove is a driver named 'LexarFilterScheme.kext' found in the main System/Library/ Extention folder. Delete this file, you may have to put in your password to be able to do this. Then re-boot and you should have your DVD player back in action.
This seems to fix the DVD issues, but the next time I wish to use the secure vault of the Lexar Jump Drive I have to re-install the driver. You can use the drive with no problems if you do not install the secure vault driver.
This conflict is with OS X (all) and OS 9.
G4 Powerbook   Mac OS X (10.4.5)   OS 9, OS X (all levels)

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