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Can't find or play mp3 files on storage card via media player

Successfully loaded mp3 files onto storage card with use of a card reader.  Put storage card into phone.  Opened windows media player.  Found files.  Played them OK.   Next time I tried to do the same, treo 750 cannot find the files.  When I go through settings / system /storage card, it shows that they are there.   Go to library in media player / update, and it says it updates the library with 63 files.  Still media player doesn't recognize there are files present and therefore no play.  Pls help.

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Install the songs again?

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