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Mp3 scrubbed i was uploading songs to my mp3 through my computre and i un plugged it from the usb it then said do not disconnect but i already did and now its like everything is just gone like i scrubbed it all when i turn it on it ussually has folders like music, photos, settings ect with a little picture beside it to show what it is but when i turn it on now the pictures still on it but the writings gone with my songs and everything including the radio stations and when i go into my computre where it ussually comes up the folder i go into to upload songs it wont come up. please help. my mp3 ia a sandisk c150

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Well,well,well It seems we're both in the same predicament! Oh i hope it gets better soon!

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I have never used a sandisk but I doubt you could do anything to recover the music. Try reformat/reset it then reinstal all the software and drivers that came with or help with your mp3 player

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