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Always "STARTING" When I forward the tracks the player will cut off and start up again. I cannot seem to figure out why only five of my songs will play then it restarts

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Hi

scan your player for viruses. or there is specific corrupt file in it which causes its restart. delete the file which it attempts to play and cuts off.

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Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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