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It sounds like you did more than charge your shuffle. You must have also synced it with the iTunes on your new computer. When you synced it with a new computer, it asked you whether you really wanted to delete all of your songs from your iPod, and apparently you answered "Yes".
Copy your songs from your old computer or from your backup of your old computer to your new computer, import them into iTunes and sync again. That will recover your songs.
Being an Apple product, the only way to upload music onto your ipod is exclusively through Apple's software: iTunes. Go to www.apple.com, and download and install iTunes. After this, upload your music into the iTunes library. Then, click and drag the songs you want onto your ipod in the right hand side of itunes.
1. you should have an ITUNES installed on your computer and if you dont have download it on their website.
2. everytime you plug your ipod it will be recognizable.
3. look for a song or music file that you like and make a playlist.
4. plug your ipod and it should recognizable with itunes.
5. drag a file from a music folder to the itunes
6. then when its there on the itunes use the add to playlist locating your ipod. by the way if you didnt use ITUNES for dragging music then it wont play on your IPOD.