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Only plays some of the songs stored on it

The first time I transferred a large set of songs, it seemed to have no problems playing them all. When I went to add more, it cycled around without playing any of the new ones. I then deleted all the music from it, and transferred everything over again hoping that it just needed a refresher. Now it plays only a fraction of the songs it did before, despite having all of the music transferred through. I used Windows Media Player to sync the device. Anything I can do?

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  • pyiiiii Jun 18, 2009

    The song is there, and if I double-click on it through Explorer, it plays just fine. It just won't come up in the playlist of the MP3 player.

  • Haven Stapleton
    Haven Stapleton May 11, 2010

    How is it skipping? Does it register the song, and not play it? Or under your list of artists, are there just no files?

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May your mp3 files are infected or corrupt.

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Posted on Jun 18, 2009

  • techbuddies0 Jun 18, 2009

    upgrade the software for your device..
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    just get in touch with one of the techbuddies they provide free

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