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I really have a big problem..... i can't edit my music files

Whenever i synchronize and stuff like that... i can't like edit the title or artists or anything like that. it only gets worse... now my whole mp3 player's messed up.... i tried renaming and when to properties and tried all that but when i turn the mp3 player, it doesn't show any changes and it looks like as if mp3 is fixing and working by itself... it just changes not by the way i want it to be.... and... i really need some help... how do i edit my music file (title,artist,album) well.. sorta and i REALLY need help on this... thx

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