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System corrupted Has been working fine. At work the other day I laid an active radar gun next to player on the seat. Still shows my songs there but only plays 37 of 330. Is there any thing i cando to recover my player or music?

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Hi,

I would advise backing everything to you PC, reformat the player and then putting the songs back to the player.

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