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Bad Track reading

My Sandisk was playing fine then it stopped and says Bad Track and it is stuck and won't turn off or do anything else. Any suggestions.

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If you can still connect it to the computer

format it then put all the music in

this happen to mine exept that mine ccould still turn off


good luck

Posted on Nov 14, 2008

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