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Adding songs i keep adding songs to my sansa e250 and it says writing as usual, but when i go to listen to my songs, it says .

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Re: adding songs

It might be because the media player try using a diferent media player or buy an sd card and put music in it it reads it just fine and you can use the internal memory for videos only hope it helps.

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