This happened to me one time, try to let the battery die down, then recharge it, this worked for me,but the promblem you have might be in the copying of songs, i would also reccomend deleteing all of your songs the re downloading them, but im not sure if this will work
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This is a simple formatting problem, To fix itSOLUTION 1:well there isnt really a way, other than instead of using windows media player directly, you can copy it out of the disc folder (in my computer) and into your my music folder and then import it from your my music folderSOLUTION 2:You can download itunes for free, upload discs to your itunes and then make a new disc (make sure it is in mp3 format<you will see what i mean>) and the rip the disc like you normally do Hope i helped If this doesnt work the email me at [email protected]
hmmmmm is the CD scratched? if you transfer it to the computer, then to the MP3 and the CD is scratched then it comes out all wonky but if the CD is scratched then just ignore it, and heres how you can tell that its the CD not the MP3 ;
some songs are not scratched if all were scratched then the MP3 doesn't work properly.