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Jumping during tracks

My player began jumping during the odd track and is now jumping during every track

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In this case try to format the Mp3 player pwat u can do is connect the Mp3 player to the computer go to My Computer right click on Removable Disk click on format and then try to re Transfer the songs it will work

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