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Computer Corrputing MP3 Players

I have now gone through three mp3 players. Returned the first two thinking it was a manufacturer error. Changed brands on the third so it must be my computer. I am able to initally connect and download music onto the player. The problem is when I want to reconnect to change contents or just charge the player. I cannot turn the mp3 back on. I get a brief title screen but then it shuts off. Any idea what's going on here or how I can fix my current mp3? Thanks in advance.

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Maybe it is because when you plug your mp3 player into the computer you can't do anything with it because with all my mp3 players when they are plugged into the computer I can't do anything with them either(one at a time of course). Read your instruction manual about plugging your mp3 player into the computer.

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