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Song problem (SanDisk 4gb

My SanDisk won't play the right song. For example if I clik on "Don't Wanna Miss A Thing" than it will play "Bout It". How do I fix this? please help.

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This is going to take some investigation on your part. First of all, make sure that the correct song works on your PC. That is, if you launch Don't Wanna Miss A Thing on your PC and Bout It plays, then it's the media file, not the Sansa player. Make sure you launch the specific media file from Windows, NOT from your media player software. You want to check the FILE first. (Reverse the files too - launch Bout It and see what plays) If the files are right, then launch them from your media player software. If they're wrong when you play them from the media player software, check the properties of the song. If everything is okay on the PC, then check the Sansa. If you are directly launching the music file on the Sansa (that is, not from a playlist) and it's wrong, then put the Sansa in MSC mode and check the file. Drag it to your PC and launch it. If it's wrong, replace it. If your launching the file from a playlist, just redo the playlist with the correct file after you've finished your troubleshooting.

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