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Doesnt play song i click on, is it a virus?


whenever i click on a song it goes to a different song and there are also some songs that i have that wont go away, well actually they are just names of songs but they dont play anything. i deleted all my songs and they are still there. it says 1/0 songs in the top left hand corner. please help

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Make sure the songs are in the right format, have transfer rights, and make sure your music subscription service is current. Or else, you will get "0:00" for all tracks.

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