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Wierd sounds On some of my songs that i try to listen to it makes a wierd clicking sort of noise. How do i fix it, i need to know soon!!!?

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Re: wierd sounds

Just delete those songs. Sometimes they become corrupt and you have to put them back on

Posted on Feb 18, 2007

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