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My mp3 is gay

Well i plug my mp3 into the computer and on the mp3 it says "USB connected, USB disconnected, batterie charging" EVERY SINGLE TIME! and it never stays connected..it automatically switches to charing the battery by itself. hence i can't even put music on it cause it doesn't show up as a new hardware on the computer. i'm going to break something if this doesn't work soon!

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Try a different USB port, preferably in the back of the PC. If not, try connecting it without the battery. You can still manage the music manually without the battery. You can add to this question if you have more problems. Best of Luck. p.s. - impressed with the usage of hence :0)

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