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Double the songs???

My new mp3 is only a few weeks old. Recently i added a new CD n it. For some srange reason, i now have doubl of all my songs on it! how do you delete them? Can you prevent this?

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  • Catie Brown Jun 10, 2007

    software? yes i ripped the CD, and yes i think i put in the correct info. but still, how do i delete songs? how do i prevent doubling all my songs?

  • Catie Brown Jun 17, 2007

    i have found the solution! i went on to the files that accidentally synced on to my mp3 and deleted them all! now i have the songs that i originally had! im sooooo happy it's back to normaal!

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Do you use the software that the Sansa came with to put songs on it? Did you "rip" the CD yourself? If so, did you put in the correct MP3 Tag information after you ripped the CD? If you need an MP3 Tag editor, I have used a free one from "Nonags" called "MP3tag": http://www.nonags.com/nonags/mp3man.html and there are others.

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