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Dude.....this hapend to me also...im using a Philips 2GB Mp3 Player....in order to overcome this problem....u will have to store all videos/songs into a different folder...i mean to say that...you have to cut all the files from player to your computer hard disk......after you do that....you have to format the player using Philips(X:)-->right click-->Format.....after you have formatted it....again load all the files in to your mp3 player....i assure you it will work....its not a hardware problem.....its a software problem which can be rectified by formatting the player....

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