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Won't play all songs

I've downloaded hours of music onto a 2 GB SD card. I've viewed the files on My computer. The player will only play the first 3 songs over and over again. How do I get it to play all of them?

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Possible that the files have been saved inthe wrong way. If you have them again in the PC , delete off all the files you had sent, format th device or erase off all files, scan for any virus in the device before loading back the music files with the PROPER METHOD OF COPY AND SAVE, USE THE RECOGNISED PROGRAM for the ipod- the ones the songs are playing presently. Helpful? good day

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