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    My 1st Gen. Shuffle doesn't want to have certain songs on it. Buh?
    Okay, so when I do the autofill from a specific playlist thing, my 1st gen. 512MB shuffle refuses to load some songs from the playlist; it's nowhere NEAR full; it just WON'T have those songs on it. I even tried opening up a separate playlist with just one song that was one of the ones it wouldn't take from the other playlist, and it STILL wouldn't take it. I tried comparing the songs to see if it had a problem taking higher bitrate songs, since one of the songs it wouldn't load was 192 Kbps; but it WOULD take a 256 Kbps song, so that wasn't it. It didnt' care about protected versus unprotected, either. Nor is it about a 'taking only checked box songs.' Any suggestions?
    'cause when it rains, you know it pours.

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    anyone?
    'cause when it rains, you know it pours.

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