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How do I charge the battery in my Lexas MP3 player. I thought all I had to do was plug it in to my computer and it would charge that way. But that doesn't seem to work. Do I need software or something?

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Just need the drivers downloaded. You can usually get them from there website. Just download the drivers, then double-click on the file once downloaded so it installs into your pc. Then restart your pc, then plug in your mp3 player and you should be good to go!

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