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Problem with MP3s on system.


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Kurupted_Flesh

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Hello.

Recently I've been having problems with my MP3s. I download full albums from sites like Albumhunt or AlbumWash and then extract them with programs such as WinRar or WinZip. Wow the lines on this site's box are long -(Paragraphing?). Anyway, everytime I extract them and try to view them as MP3s for some God-unknown reason all of the MP3s come out with approximately 1/3 of the actual length of the song - i.e a 4 minute song would show 1.3 mins. As well as this, everytime I try to put them on my mp3 player, a Sansa e260, they don't actually go on (though they appear on its pc folder). I've tried downloading different albums from different websites, as well as using different extracting programs - WinRar and WinZip, but the problem remains - so I'm assuming it's with my system. I used to download albums with no problems.

Any help with solving this problem would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you.

Flesh.
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Our TOU - specifically state we will not help with P2P applications. This also extends to any music, movies, etc., that are downloaded illegally. This topic is now closed.
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