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My sansa keepz bringing up songs as bad tracks or unknowns then doesnt play them

Whenever i put new songs on my sansa, some songs come up as unknown and dont play...while others do play...they are all mp3 formatted so i dont understand why some play and some don't. Then recently almost every other song is coming up as a bad track....when they worked on the player before...and they work fine on the computer. I asked someone close to me, who also has the same player that i do if she was experiencing these problems and she said yes. so i dont know how to fix this....i've tired taking everything off the sansa then putting them back on...but nothing has helped.....maybe you can help...please!!!!!!!

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I'm havin this problem, the only thing i'm likin bout it is the video capabilites, its a very confusing device

Posted on Oct 07, 2007

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It corrupts the files on your player usually if your very low on space near the limit or if I believe you have it in your pocket against other electronic devices. The solution is to just format your player like would a hard drive or USB key on your computer. After that unplug it from your computer and let it restart then plug it back in and put your songs back on. Basically Sandisk sucks a55 when it comes to mp3 players. Ive had this problem and other problems ALOT. This is the worst piece of crap ever made. ONLY BUY FROM CREATIVE LABS next time.

Posted on Jun 11, 2007

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I'm having this problem too. what i think is happening is you took the song off the player. However, the it is not completly off of the player. i.e. song info still on their. song name, artist, album ect. i just took everything off of my player. it says 1/467 songs on their but all say bad track. thats the problem now about that solution, i'm looking into it. but ya if you have any problems. hit me up at headshot347@gmail.com or MXRIDER007R on aim.

Posted on May 16, 2007

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