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Mp3 player help?

Okay, So for Christmas i got a new 4Gb mp3 player, I go to sync music, And it says it did them all and i only have 3 songs out of like 250, Or so and when i play them they sound fast forwarded or you can hear the music, Just no lyrics, When i put it into my computer go to my removable disk to delete songs, It says some are corrupted or unreadable, And idk how to fix it, So please help

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  • 012592 Jan 01, 2009

    No, Both my headphones work, I tested them on something else, They work perfectly, I think its my mp3 player, But idk yet, I may have to have it fixed

  • 012592 Jan 01, 2009

    Also, When i just upload one or two songs, And go to find/play them it says empty disk, I need to figure out the problem

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Hi, the problem is with the music: only one speaker in your headphones work, im sorry but i dont know about the other problem = (

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