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Sansa reads as empty but actually still has music

When I go to Music in my Sansa, it says that it's empty of any songs. However, when I connect it to the computer, it shows that all 400-some songs I had on the device are still there. What's going on?

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  • kakima May 12, 2010

    Are all the songs in a folder called "MUSIC"?

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