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i have the same damn problem. On the menu screen, i don't see any words, letters and ect. I only see the icons. When I try playing the music on my opal m4208-GR, It only shows a black screen. So i don't know what too do. I tried reformatting and the firmware update. Im guessing you have too kill the battery for the whole day. Try playing the mp3 all day until the battery drains out. Hopefully it can regain memory after that.
This happens a lot with these units (not just insignia). The backlighting goes bad. The lcd probably works, but, because no light is going through, it just looks black. This happens a lot especially if they get wet (moist). Wrap them in plastic before going on a run. The good news is, these are inexpensive to replace on ebay.
You do it the same way that you delete music: Press your top right button to display the menu ("Settings", "recording", etc.). Roll your wheel to "Video"; press the navigational part of the scroll wheel to highlight the video that you want to delete. You'll then get options to "play", Add Now Playing, Play All, etc. At the bottom of those choices you will see the word, "delete". Scroll down to it and press the navigational button to highlight it. It will indicate a "No". and a "Yes". Scroll to "yes" and press the navigational button to delete it.
It sounds like a problem with your hard drive. I know it sounds strange when everything else is working but in my experience and I've fixed thousands of iPod videos. 95% of the time, if the logic board is actually functioning, if you have a fault it's the hard drive.