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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well then there is something wrong along the line, try a different computer to see if its the computer that is making your life difficult or your MP3 player. you have the tank of all MP3 players. so i am thinking that your computer is not reading it but the mp3 player is probably fine. please do e-mail me, my e-mail is on my page. so do not be afraid to ask me about this problem.
Not really, the screen flickering is due to a faulty circuit inside of the Mp3 player. If you have another one, you might be able to swap out the screen circuits, adn fix it, but this is very difficult.
wiggle your usb cord - I had to wiggle mine a bit where it plugs into the usb port in the computer before it was recognized and listed as a device in 'my computer'. only then did it actually start charging; if your computer is not recognizing it is plugged in, it may not charge.. when i finally figured this out, the actual charging of my 4 gig audiophase mps only took 10 minutes- previously i was trying to charge it for hours without any luck.