Two Days of Restore Error Code 6... HELP!!!

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October 11

I have an iPod Touch that's about two years old. I no longer have access to the laptop that it is normally synced to, so I downloaded iTunes on the family computer. After hours upon hours of problems (not syncing, or showing that it successfully synced but getting a "no content" error once it turned back on) I thought maybe it was my iPod that was messing up and not the computer. I reset my iPod through holding down the home button and the power button, and I'm now at the screen that shows the USB cord with an arrow pointing towards the iTunes symbol.
I tried to restore on iTunes, and it will get all the way through until "verifing restore," and then I will get a pop up that says the process could not be completed because of an unknown error (error 6.)
I uninstalled iTunes and installed an earlier version of iTunes, but then my computer wouldn't even recognize my iPod. I reinstalled the latest version of iTunes and Quicktime. Still getting the same error code.
I am on an Administrator account, running Windows Vista 64 bit, and everything is up-to-date. All anti-virus and firewalls are turned off. I've followed all of the steps outlined on the Apple site, and I am down to paying $29 for a phone call to Apple. (Ha! Over my dead body!) I don't have another computer to try it on. I've used two different iPod cords (mine and the cord from another iPod), and have tried out all of the USB ports on the computer.
I'm really hoping someone could help me with this before I lose my mind.
I'm fairly computer literate, but I'm not a whiz. Please don't feel the need to break things completely down into laymans terms, but please don't use pure tech-speak(:
Diagnostics:
Microsoft Windows Vista x64 x64 Home Premium Edition
Service Pack 2 (Build 6002)
HP-Pavilion NC686AA-ABA a6700y
iTunes 10.4.1.10
QuickTime 7.7
FairPlay 1.12.20
Apple Application Support 2.0.1
iPod Updater Library 10.0d2
CD Driver 2.2.0.1
CD Driver DLL 2.1.1.1
Apple Mobile Device 3.4.1.2
Apple Mobile Device Driver 1.57.0.0
Bonjour 3.0.0.2 (333.2)
Gracenote SDK 1.9.1.485
Gracenote MusicID 1.9.1.102
Gracenote Submit 1.9.1.133
Gracenote DSP 1.9.1.43
iTunes Serial Number 00B3B0A00BAFB508
Current user is not an administrator.
The current local date and time is 2011-09-28 18:09:41.
iTunes is not running in safe mode.
WebKit accelerated compositing is enabled.
HDCP is not supported.
Core Media is supported.
Video Display Information  NVIDIA, NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430       
**** External Plug-ins Information ****  No external plug-ins installed.
**** Network Connectivity Tests ****
Network Adapter Information
Adapter Name:     {154BA537-EF26-4015-BE91-6ACFA30865E5}
Description:     USB Wireless 802.11 b/g Adaptor
IP Address:     0.0.0.0
Subnet Mask:     0.0.0.0
Default Gateway:     0.0.0.0
DHCP Enabled:     Yes
DHCP Server:
Lease Obtained:     Wed Dec 31 17:00:00 1969
Lease Expires:     Wed Dec 31 17:00:00 1969
DNS Servers:
Adapter Name:     {3BF6C369-3C76-4358-997A-8DE3B494BFE8}
Description:     NVIDIA nForce 10/100 Mbps
Ethernet  IP Address:     192.168.254.3
Subnet Mask:     255.255.255.0
Default Gateway:     192.168.254.254
DHCP Enabled:     Yes
DHCP Server:     192.168.254.254
Lease Obtained:     Wed Sep 28 17:12:00 2011
Lease Expires:     Wed Sep 28 17:11:59 2011
DNS Servers:     192.168.254.254
Active Connection:     LAN
Connection Connected:     Yes
Online:          Yes
Using Modem:     No
Using LAN:     Yes
Using Proxy:     No
SSL 3.0 Support:     Enabled
TLS 1.0 Support:     Enabled
Firewall Information
Windows Firewall is off.
ZoneAlarm Firewall is installed.
Connection attempt to Apple web site was successful.
Connection attempt to browsing iTunes Store was successful.
Connection attempt to purchasing from iTunes Store was successful.
Connection attempt to iPhone activation server was successful.
Connection attempt to firmware update server was successful.
Connection attempt to Gracenote server was successful.
Last successful iTunes Store access was 2011-09-28 17:14:05.
**** CD/DVD Drive Tests ****
No drivers in LowerFilters.
UpperFilters: GEARAspiWDM (2.2.0.1),   E: TSSTcorp CDDVDW TS-H653Z, Rev 4403 Drive is empty.
**** Device Connectivity Tests ****  iPodService 10.4.1.10 (x64) is currently running. iTunesHelper 10.4.1.10 is currently running. Apple Mobile Device service 3.3.0.0 is currently running.  Universal Serial Bus Controllers:  Standard OpenHCD USB Host Controller.  Device is working properly. Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller.  Device is working properly.  FireWire (IEEE 1394) Host Controllers:  VIA OHCI Compliant IEEE 1394 Host Controller.  Device is working properly.  Most Recent Devices Not Currently Connected:  iPod touch (2nd generation) running firmware version 4.2.1 Serial Number:     8K9436WJ75J  **** Device Sync Tests ****  No iPod, iPhone, or iPad found.

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This Question can be best answered by someone who had the Same error pop up, but I'll try my best.  You have an iPod touch 2nd Generation and you don't have anymore warranty for it. I hope you didn't jailbrake it or did something illegal with it like putting a new software on it that should not be on there. Here we go:
Go to your Friends house or anybody else you know that has iTunes on their Computer. Don't sync your iPod!
Try to restore the iPod, or try to put it as new iPod so it'll delete everything but you'll have your iPod problem fixed

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