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Sansa mp3 player 8gb won't play my songs. ("bad track" is what it says)

The first about 20 songs on my mp3 player work... but the rest don't. I choose a song, and all i see is "bad track" it flashes in a red box. I've already tried to take all the songs off, then put them back on. But that doesn't seem to work. It worked once, but then I added more songs and it went right back to the whole "bad track" screen. Its frustrating!!!please if anybody has had this problem please give me some answers. Thanks!

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  • kristen kaki Jun 02, 2007

    ooh my god... it didn't work.. it was a good answer, and i tried it... but same as before "BAD TRACK" ooooh im so freakin frustrated. i might just take it back to the store and see if they can fix it. ♥

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I think you need to format your player. Open up my computer, right click the player and click "format"

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