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When recharging battery loose all songs

I have recharged three times and twice I've lost all my songs when I recharged. Is there a fix ? I;m I doing something wrong? I can't see that I am. I have another mp3 player different brand and this never happens with that player. Is this a common problem with this particular player?

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  • roman6236 Mar 01, 2008

    I tried downloading updated firmware even using recovery mode (which freezes upon removing device from computer) I think its s device problem. I got the songs from my cd collection and used Windows Media Player.

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No it is not common. You should make sure you downloaded the songs properly. Did it work the first time? Where did you get the songs? update your problem and I might be able to help.
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