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Won't play my song.

I put a song on and then download it to my mp3 player and then when i click play it turns two a diffrent song and shows it on how much space is there but it is not there.

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Try formatting your storage on the MP3 Player then reset the device to the factory settings. This will solve this problem.

Posted on May 24, 2007

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