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New songs will not appear, deleted songs won't go away.

This has happened more than once...

Today I downloaded about 20 new mp3s (I put them in my SanDisk's folders correctly), and got rid of about 20. When I unplugged the device, none of the new songs appeared and all of the old songs were still there and had the 'Bad Track' label.

Help please!

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