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somehow all my mp3 files got changed into mp3^^ files..i cant change the name it won't let me..
what can i do?
my mp3 player canread the files and play, but my psp cannot..help please!
btw. this occurred after i tried attaching them to an email. hotmail in particular
thanks!
*im sorry if this is in the wrong forum
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can someone help me please? =)
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bump pleasee? anyone?
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See if you can copy a file to another folder then use this

http://www.id3rename...er-main-en.html

http://www.id3rename...pecialchars.png
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Another thing to look at- in Windows Explorer> Tools> Folder Options> File Types see what program is associated with opening your MP3 files. Recently I installed some software that seized control of my MP3s and wouldn't let go of them until I manually went back to using WinAmp as my default player.

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thanks for the help
but my friend (who's good at computers) helped me out
its actually a real easy solution :whistling:
I had to go to windows explorer, changed folder options so that file types were shown, and renamed the files back to mp3 and they worked! =)
thanks for all the replies though
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Thank You for letting us know
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