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WHAT CAUSES MULTIPLE COPIES OF TRACKS ON SONGS

I download a song and I end up with multiple copies of the sound tracks. 4 or so. Then I have to go along and delete the tracks. what is the problem and what is the best way to deal with it?

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  • spumanti Jan 16, 2008

    THAT HAPPENED WHEN I WAS RIPPING CD'S. I TOO WOULD END UP WITH 4 COPIES AND HAVE TO GO BACK AND DELETE THEM ALL.

    I HAVE NO ANSWER AS TO WHY IT WOULD DO THAT.

    AN ANSWER WOULD BE GREAT.

  • Anonymous Apr 16, 2008

    I had the problem of multiple copies of tracks. Cant figure why it happened.



    Also player freezes while playing, usually happens on one or two tracks. It resumed playing when I pressed the play button a couple times.

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