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You will find on many hard drives - too many songs can be a problem.
First off - Try to do a 'restore' - you don't say how large your hard drive is or what operating system you're using. You may [ because you don't tell me much] have to do follow up on this.
1- Download and run CCleaner. Look hard it is FREE but will ask if you want to donate. This is a simple cleaner. Please read the instructions and follow directions.
2- On the CCleaner - run the REGISTRY cleaner.
3- Do A back up - many times if a hard drive is failing you will find corrupt files as a sign.
4. Try and locate the exact file without playing it.
5 - remove and download the player again - sometimes the player gets corrupt.
6- check of course for a virus or Trojan.
7 - download REAL PLAYER - FREE VERSION and try to play the songs on there - also it is easy to locate the songs and when you click FIND - it will locate the songs and play MP 3 files.
8 BACK UP the songs - -all of them - -always - always.
Let me know how this helps
Gary @ Fix Ya
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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