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Tracks skipping When I am playing a track on my Dell MP3 player, the track skips. Another track is inserted for maybe a half second. I have tried to format the hard drive, ran scan disk clean-up, reloaded all tracks, and still it continues. Please help!

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Possible virus...while connected to pc, run anti-virus on it..if no virus, low-level format necessary

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