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THE SONGS SAY UNKNOWN

THE SONG NOW SAY UNKNOWN HOW DO YOU GET IT FROM UNKNOWN

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Insignia mp3 players are a little buggy in that they occasionally get file system problems that cause strange things like this to happen. First backup your songs from the mp3 player, and select "erase internal memory". That actually reformats the memory. Then put your songs back on the mp3 player. If it still doesn't work, please advise.

Also slight change your mp3 files are not "tagged" by whatever cd ripper or encoder or place you bought or downloaded them from.

Posted on Jul 04, 2008

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