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When I download music into my MP3 player I get each song I download 3 to 6 copies of the same song and some songs I click on to be downloaded don't get put in my player. I get to many duplicates of the same song it started out just doing 2 or 3 now it does like 6 of the same song.

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Y dnt u delete some of the songs that r duplacated

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