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Eeee ..Need Help >.<

Ok wtf >

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    the exact same problem except is happened to all of my songs and they were all off of rhopsody's free subscription

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You have to buy the song, or try to reload it onto the mp3 plsyer and WATCH UR Language Fukeerr

Posted on Jun 26, 2007

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The songs might have a virus in it or they might be corrupted. Reformfat the sandisk by going into MY COMPUTER and then finding the devices icon and right click on it and click on FORMAT.

Posted on Jan 23, 2007

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