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Phillips Mp3 player-Songs get cut-off half-way through playing

When my Mp3 player is playing it will sometimes cut off a song half way through and begin playing the next song. The original song files on my media player are fine and play without interruption. Are the files corrupted on the Mp3 player? How do I resolve this issue?

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