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Song titles do not refresh when track changes

When I play my first track the song is correctly identified. When the next track progresses or I flick through to a new track. The track plays correctly however it is still identified as the very first track. The song title only changes if the machine is turned off and back on.

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Re: song titles do not refresh when track changes

I just figured out how to fix it. I plugged it in to my PC and then formatted the disk, unplugged it and replugged it in copied all my songs back on and the titles refreshed properly!

Posted on Feb 20, 2008

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Re: song titles do not refresh when track changes

That doesn't sound good... it sounds like a malfunction if anything, your mp3 might be broken so check your warranty and see if you can get it fixed or trade for a new one.

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

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