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I cannot get my mp3 player to play the files in the correct order, even though they are numbered. They are segments of an audio book.

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Maybe you have shuffle on?

Posted on Apr 10, 2011

  • goodesdad Apr 10, 2011

    That would be the obvious answer, but I have gone through the settings menu several times, and I cannot get it to accept the normal setting in play made. I have had this player for about 6 years, and I have always had this problem. With music, no problem. With an audio book, not very satisfactory.
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    Terry Mitchell

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