If its an ipod then relash the ipod, on occasion songs are "deleted" by the user yet nothing is actually deleted just the entry. the space is used however. so reflash the ipod. if not an ipod, format the flash memory or reload the flash (the mp3 players software) this inverably wipes all music and everything off the player
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Generally its difficult to recover songs from a Flash Drive (or ipod/mp3 player). There is file recovery software available, and generally this will cost. So unless the songs were a bit rare and unique i would recommend that you see if you cant find the songs you lost on the INTERNET. If you already owned the songs, by downloading them you are NOT breaking copyright law. Only the person sharing the file is.
A good place to download songs is from Jamglue.com - (you have to create an account on there to download)
1. Have you tried charging your Ipod from another source other than the computer? Maybe a car charger for an Ipod or a kind that can be plugged into the wall. Ipod chargers are very inexpensive. 2. If that doesn't work try rebooting your Ipod with your Ipod program you were given to manage your Ipod.
3. Make sure that when downloading songs that they are Ipodcompatible, meaning that they are mp3 ready. Before downloading a song you should be able to see the credentials the song has for downloading. Most of the time if the format cannot be changed to being mp3 ready, most likely the song won't convert to your ipod.
You cannot use Itunes for anything except an Ipod device. And any files you get from the Itunes or Rhapsody for example are copy protected and require specific software to copy to an MP3 player.
If your songs are in MP3 format (not downloaded from Itunes or another subscription site) then you can set your Sansa to "MSC" mode which makes it act like a flash drive. Then you can just drag files to the "MUSIC" folder on the sansa.
If this is on an Apple computer things are different - if you are let us know.