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I can see the songs on my computer that I have uploaded onto my SanDisk and I can also add new music as well, But the system will not charge and when I connect it to the USB cord it says connected but it will not charge, please help.

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Ensure the unit is chargeable using usb data cable, usb charger has only 2 out of 4 wires connected to the charger whereas when the cable is used as data cable all the 4 wires are connected and the device acts as a usb device, this may block the charging of the device due to internal circuit design within the device.

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Then you can't get any songs. I know a good site that I get lots of FREE and LEGAL music without REGISTRATION. Try, www.mp3raid.com - a site that gives you free music without viruses trojan, spyware etc, and www.listentoyoutube.com where you get the mp3 music from a youtube video, whether it be a music video etc. None of these are harmful to your computer, and none of these need downloading they are browser based, and they require no registration or credit card details. You could also upload your own CDs onto your computer and then put them onto your mp3. I hope this helped.

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