Ejecting iPod 160GB Classic

Is it just my iPod or does it take forever just to eject my 160GB iPod? I mean, it has been removed from the iTunes window (after pressing eject in iTunes) and it still takes anywhere between 30 and 45 seconds for the iPod itself to be released and useable.
I have 14000 songs, i.e. 57GB of music on it.
Any thoughts?
Dave

Dave,
I am a new user of this IPOD Classic, my daughter had loaded about 100 songs on it, and now I have tried to load an album from ITUNES to the computer, now am trying to load that onto the IPOD, no insstructions with it to tell you how,
we just hit export and had the IPOD plugged in last night at 10:00 and it still
says do not disconnect????
What did I do wrong, I am afraid to disconnect, but it was only 20 songs, I do not have a high speed port however. I am trying to understand your question also. My IPOD has 80GB will take 20,000 songs PC +MAC is there something wrong with mine as well?
JeanneN

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