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I cannot find all the songs on my mp3

When I plug the mp3 into the computer, it says thay there are 228 songs on the mp3, but when i unplug it i get a list of 114 songs and I dont know where the resy have gone. Any ideas how I could find them? I've tried syncing the mp3 again but it doesnt seem to help.
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They're probably in the wrong format - make sure they're in a format yoru MP3 player accepts.

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