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My songs were deleted, then my screen turned black.

I went to turn on my sandisk refurb mp3 when i noticed that all of my songs were deleted. My screen started to turn purple then went to black. The circle is lighting up blue. I dont Know what to do!! Someone help me!! I got it as a gift and i told the person who got it for meand she got it for two other people. And theres died that morning. Exept that there screen just froze and wouldnt do any thing. So will soneone help solve these problems for me! Please!!

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If you're using limewire to get songs you probably downloaded a corrupted file in which case the best you can do is back up the songs you know arent corrupted and then format the device

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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