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Already Deleted Appearing

I deleted files on my MP3 player but they continue to appear on my MP3 player's screen. When I play they files they turn out to be bad tracks.

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If the normal deletion failed, then you will have to reformat the player to get rid of them. I have a "tips & tricks" article on reformatting linked to my profile.

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