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Doesn't look like its charging

I will plug it in and the battery symbol goes to 3/4 full and green is not moving across it like should but when i take it off it goes to 1/2 and the . i got a new battery but it didn't help any.

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It is actually still charging even though it doesn't look like it.
it as simple as that just keep plugging it in like you were before.

Posted on May 10, 2008

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Change the USB cable and/or PORT. If you have another device assigned to the USB port and didn't select to remove it correctly, the PC will not recognize the new MP3 player when plugged into that port. Simple fix... remove the MP3 Player from the USB, reboot the PC, then plug the USB cable back in. If it doesnt' recognize the MP3 you have something assigned to that port, possibly a printer and it will need to be removed before you can use it.

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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