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Bad track All of the songs on my mp3 were working just fine. Then 2 days ago 90% of the started to say bad track. Which would make it skip to the next one that would work. Why all of a sudden are they saying bad track if they all have worked on that player for so long?

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  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2008

    i have the same problem :( and i cant even remove files from this little p.o.s. :(

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I had this problem and called sandisk tech support. They had me reformat the player from windows. Then unplug and restart it. After that it worked like new. Of course i had to reload all of my tunes after the reboot.

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