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Computer wont read my mp3 player wehn i plug it in?

It has 3 really short fast beeps adn nothing comes up and i don't seee it in my computer or on rahpsody i Don't know whats wrong or how to get songs on or off my mp3 player now. it is an insignia ns-dv4g 4GB Below you will notice that the product is a NS-dv2g but i have a ns-dv4g i can't find the product but they seem the same besides the name and a 2g band 4gb

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  • dogreen Jan 27, 2009

    my pc in not read the connetion from the insignia player 

  • Anonymous Feb 14, 2009

    it says it reads but it wont let me see the files on it



  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2009

    I see it on my computer but it never finishes synching even when the computer says it does.

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To make it work you have to change it to MSC mode (Only for Windows XP and 2K, it somewhat technical so do it at your own pace and follow instruction:

  • 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, Select "No, not this time" when windows asks to search for software. Click next. 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 two drivers that are compatible with your player.
  • To put the device into MSC mode select "USB Mass Storage Device" and click next.
  • A finish installing driver will appear and your device will now appear as a hard drive on your system.
  • To switch back to MTP mode, open the device manager as above and click on the "+" for "Universal Serial bus controllers" and you will see "Insignia Video Player".
  • Then follow the steps above until you reach the "Select the device driver..." screen in which you select "MTP device".
  • Then click next and your device will be reset back into MTP mode.
Make sure your insignia has the latest firmware, this i provide for you also here: http://www.insignia-products.com/t-New%20Video%20Player%20Firmware.aspx

Hope that helps to fix it
Moises

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

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I have a insignia ns-dv4g my computer wont read it and how do i get it back to manufacture setting

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