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Empty files on Samsung MP3 player.

All of a sudden and for no apparent reason the downloaded music files that work fine on my P.C. and will transfer the song names etc to my MP3 player.But when I open them on the player it just says " no file". Could it be a virus in the player. The player is a Samsung YH- J70. I have been loading songs onto this player for over a year with no problems until now. Cheers

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Mp3 has emptied its files but the memory is still half full

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