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MP3 Acting Weird

I was downloading songs to my mp3 player and there was an error. The playlist is now empty and the mp3 player will not load songs. When I try to sync using windows media player it will say 100% synchronized on the first song but never move on. Then it will just stop and when you unplug the player it says uploading library...but then it will say no tracks. Windows Media Player also says that most of my memory is still used. It is so weird.. Like the memory of the player thinks its still full but its not recognizing the songs or something. Can anyone help me???

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Re: MP3 Acting Weird - Insignia NS-DV2G MP3 Player MP3 & Digital Media Players

Format the drive, re-load your files.

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