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I cannot charge my player

I kept being told that I need to charge my player, but when I plug it in I keep being told that it's fully charged. when I unplug it it says AGAIN to charge battery. What do I do?

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Happened to me too... the thing is... you cannot charge the walkman or mp3 on a computer that has been modified.
I charge my walkman on my ps3
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its the only way it works for me

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