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Songs skip mid tune? not ev song but enuf 2drive u nuts

Bought this in June..and mostly ripped songs off cd's onto PC then onto my Mp3..so many songs just skip in the middle tho ...very frustrating

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    same problem as you

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Update the firmware.
Reload the songs.
If the problem persists:
Re-rip the CD songs in Mp3 format in Windows Media Player
Then reload the songs. WMA format has a checkable option that is normally turned off by default, but must be turned on inside your Windows Media Player - it is much easier to reconvert the songs into Mp3 format than to tell you how to change this WMA option.

-Tha Mp3 doctor

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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