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Only plays 6 songs on it!

My Mp3 player has 158 songs on it. On january 1st it would only play 6 songs and my computer and my Fathers computers and it doesn't register that i'ts plugged in.

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How do you have the settings for playback? Is it on random, artist or album? Check those settings. Maybe something got changed by accident.

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