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Whats a good music player for my insignia? (ex. i-tunes, napster)

I have tryed napster but i cant get it to show on my computer screen. I tryed lala but i cant figure out how to download it to the insignia itself.

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A good one is rhapsody! its so easy and organized. usually it comes with he pilot

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Cant download music onto my mp3 . whats the problem


do you have the usb cable? windows media player is the one player that most mp3,s are compatible with

Sep 21, 2009 | Samsung Napster YH-920 MP3 Player

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My mp3 player shows message licence problem ,have tried to reset, also repair on computer ,but still the same message


if you have a subscription license for your music eg: napster then reconnect your mp3 player and open napster and then it will automatically sync your player

Aug 30, 2009 | MP3 & Digital Media Players

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Can't download music from Napster to YH-920


Move all the files to the windows media player. So the songs are listed in the media player. Then connect the device and use the sync option in the media player. There may also be a sync option in napster but I think the windows media player would work better.

May 13, 2009 | Samsung Napster YH-920 MP3 Player

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Computer does not recognize the Insignia NS-2V17


The problem is after service pack 3, xp pro does not recognize MTP devices any longer

  • Click on the Start button and Select Settings. Then click on Control Panel.
  • Double click System, and then select the Hardware tab.
  • Click on Device manager.
  • Click on the '+' for Portable device and you will see "Insignia Video Player".
  • Right click and select "Update driver".
  • A Hardware Update Window will open, Check the "Install from a list or specific location" checkbox and then click next.
  • On the next screen select "Don't Search. I will choose the driver to install".
  • Click next and then you will see a window showing multiple drivers, Select the "Portable Devices" driver and you can select MTP or USB mass storage.
  • Select "USB Mass Storage Device" and click next.
  • XP will finish installing the driver and you MP3/video player will appear and your device will now appear as a hard drive(s) (if you have a memory card) on your system.
  • Windows Media Player and other application will now recognize your device.

Jan 08, 2009 | Insignia NS-DV2G MP3 Player

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GPX Model MW3337


well... what you can do is go to downloads.com and download limewire and get your songs off of that

Oct 21, 2008 | GPX MW3337G

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Music files


try going to napster.com for free music files

Aug 12, 2008 | Delstar DS 31024 MP3 Player

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Downloading music


Insignia players come with Rapsody on the CD. However, Insignia mp3 players can use the generic mass storage driver in almost any computer. When you plug in the USB cord, two extra drive letters will show up in Windows Explorer. Songs go into the Music folder. For neatness: Make new folder for each artist and under each artist, make a new folder for each album.

Also slight chance the USB mode got off of Automatic in the player's options.

Jun 14, 2008 | Insignia Pilot MP3 Player

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Insignia player + Napster + Vista SP1 = headache!


Yay for Vista :(

Here are a couple of options:

1) Try uninstalling the device driver and then reconect the player to re-install the driver.

2) Try re-installing Napster, or look for an update to Napster since this may be a common bug that Napster is aware of and has fixed.

May 21, 2008 | Insignia NS-DV2G MP3 Player

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Player seems to work physically (screen, buttons, etc.) but won't synch or show music from Napster only WinMedia


try moving your songs from napster to windows mediea player and sync it through that. it should work.

Feb 13, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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Needs to sync


When you first synced your Sansa Clip to the initial computer, you probably synced it (knowingly or not) with a music subscription service such as Napster or Yahoo. If the subscription has since expired, you will get this message. Alternatively, if you tried connecting the Sansa player to another computer which does not have the aforementioned music service, the Sansa player wants to verify that your subscription to the service is still good. The best solution is to hook the player up to the original computer, and resync it with Napster or whatever music service you were using by opening that music service's program. Most of the time, when you connect the Sansa player to Windows XP, Windows will prompt you: Windows will ask what you want to do with the device. Instead of "Take No Action," just sync the player with Napster (or whatever music service you have a subscription to) - Windows will give you this option. If you music service subscription has expired, a more deatiled process may be required which falls outside of the scope of this solution. Try this suggestion first - if it fails, e-mail me back (don't send me a personal e-mail - reply through the FixYa website - I want documentation of everything).

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Feb 04, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa Clip MP3 Player

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