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Mp3 songs jumping

When i turn on the mp3 player, the songs all jump. and when i try to plug it into the computer, it says the file is corrupted. i dont know whats wrong with it

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Format it as fat32 and start over.
Simple as that.

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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