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Yes it can be charge using a Garmin mini USB cord and your computer. Charge it over night and you should be good to go for a few hours depending on the quality of your batteyr. The cradle can be replaced if you are sure it's the problem. This is not uncommon for the cradle fail. A USB and/or nuvi 6xx Cradle can be found at GPSNSTUFF.com, hope this helps
I assume you are using usb socket to charge mouse. The voltage on a USB is 5volts , you may have a problem here. It may not be producing the correct voltage. Or you may have a problem with your cradle. I would suggest you see a repair person and get them to look at the USB voltage and the Mouse cradle..
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You won'tfind a USB port on any camera. But you will find a tiny socketinto which a plug goes and the cable connected to it has a USB plug on the other end. So Look for a small socket and that is where you pplug the USB cable into. Try looking at the sides of the camera.
Parts or a new cradle are hard to find. I don't think Fuji makes them any more, although, depending on where you live, that country's distribution source may still have stock. What we sell our customers is a small charger which recharges the battery outside of the camera. They are about $10 US and plug into the USB port on any computer.
Turn the camera on. On the camera, press the 'MENU' button and go to the third page of the 'Set Up' tab. For the 'USB' field, select the 'Mass Storage (USB DIRECT-PRINT)' option, instead of the 'PTP(PictBridge) option. This worked for me when I was getting the "Check connections" error message, about a minute after pressing the 'USB' button on the cradle, while the camera was in the cradle and I was trying to download my photos from the camera to my computer.