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Need help quick with sansa e280

My sansa worked good for the past few months. Then recently i plugged it in to the computer and it turned off and turned back on even though it was still connected to the computer. Now everytime i plug it in it does this and i cant charge the battery or adjust the songs on there. It just coninually reboots. HELP ME!!!!

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Try switching your usb mode, do that by going into settings, this might help but im not sure

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