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Song won't play, then freezes.

I had my sansa clip (2GB) for about a year now, i dropped it a couple of time but it lived, and works fine, recently i put new songs in it, i tried playing the songs, only that it would freeze, nothing would play nor did any of the buttons work, so i turn it off, it took a awhile, and it didnt flash the "goodbye" message when i did. My other songs are playing fine...

My new songs were downloaded from http://www.listentoyoutube.com/ i extracted the audio prefectly, after extracting, i would open the file in window media player, then opened it's file location, i then copy and pasted it to my music folder, and re-named it. My sansa is a click-n-drag sort of thing so i copied the extracted songs and pasted into my mp3. Did i do something wrong when moving to mp3?

when i open my mp3 on my pc on "my computer" i can play every song on it, including the extracted files, how come it doesn't work on my mp3?

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unschool:
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