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I have a sansa e 260 and i have been downloading magazines to listen to. now when i download a transfer them to the micro sd chip and put it in the mp3 the player doesn't show all that was downloaded just some of the magazines that i downloaded last month. it doesn't show this month's downloads. Yey when i open the chip with my computer, everything is there. what is the problem?

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Check to see what format the files are saved in the new ones might not be in the right sound format for a sansa

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