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    Just switched out a 32GB microSD card for a new Sandisk 64GB class 10 card. I originally had about 28 GBs of music on my first card and now I transferred everything over to my new card.

    The problem is now that when I go into music, it shows that I have 4 copies of each song! There aren't 4 physical copies (there wouldn't be enough space in my card to do that) but each song shows up at 4 files in my Music.

    I own a Nokia Lumia 822.

    Any ideas? I've found out how to fix similar problems on Windows 8 (to find the music database, delete it, and then let Windows re-create the database). Any idea how to do this on WP8? Or is there a different fix?

    Thank you!
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    I have this problem and haven't found or come up with a fix.
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    I had this happen and I had to factory reset. That sucked. That said always erase the music off your card during sync before you remove or format a card.

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