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My sandisk music player

How come when i add music to my sandisk player  some of the songs thats already on the mp3 wont play anymore and then i have to delete them

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    thanx for this u helped me alot



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If your device is almost full, it may cause this problem.

The device needs around 10 to 15mb to create the music database.

Otherwise, you may have corrupted information on your device, you can format the device and start anew.

Best of Luck.

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