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Disappearing songs One day, after syncing, I pulled out the USB, the turned it off, but when I turned it on again, there was something that says something like, "Writing or reorganizing songs." But after it was finished, I went to listen to a sing, then every song turned into something like this: If the original was: Kosaka Riyu DDR Love Love Shine It would turn into something like this: Kosaka_Riyu_-_DDR_-_Love_Love_Shine After that happened, I turned it off, then back on again. Then, I found out that every song went back to normal, but every playlist I had only had two of my songs, and I could have swore some of the songs weren't in there in the first place. Also, around 60 % of my songs were gone. So I turned it on, and off, and on, then off, trying to refresh it or something. Then in the morning, I tried to connect it to a computer to see if it works, but it didn't go back to normal, then I connected it to another computer, but it's still like that. So then, I manually tried to open it on my computer, and the songs that were gone were really still there. The amount of gigabytes were the same as before. So now, I'm trying to not re-synch it all the 200 songs on, because it might take up the rest of the space. Please help! :(

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Try and drag and drop from your music folder to the media folder on the player make sure usb mode is msc this will show you all the folders Use your windows explorer for the transfer much easier... you can right click on each song and delete

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