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Apple, the maker of the Ipod, requires you to use "iTunes" software to upload, transfer, and buy songs for your iPod mini. The software installation cd should come with your iPod, if not, you can download it at www.apple.com then going to downloads.
Music - the newer Philips players do not support DRM-protected files. You will have to use songs that are in Mp3 format, or songs that are non-protected WMA's (NOTE: non-protected WMA's generally are only converted from CD's you own. I don't know of any music services that use them).
Video - the installation CD should have come with a program called the Philips (Arcsoft) Media Converter. If you have lost your installation CD, you can acquire this program from the Philips website. The program must be used to convert and transfer videos to your Philips.
Normally Insignia does not have the CD contents available for download as a whole since it is mainly Rapsody which is available separatly, and the video converter software is commercial software. So normally you would just download Rapsody if you need it. 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.
Hey alstare79, If you've lost your installation disc for your Zen MP3 player, you can generally obtain a replacement copy by contacting the manufacturer (Creative Labs) directly or by downloading the necessary software through the company's website. You'll need to know the exact model of your Zen player, but should be able to find all the documentation you'll need through the following link: http://support.creative.com/Products/product_list.aspx?catID=213&CatName=MP3+Players Hope this helps you out. Sincerely, Aaron Go Ahead. Use Us.
It is one of those "special" MPEG-4 formats. The CD contains ArcSoft MediaConverter 2 for video conversion for several Insignia players. I can upload it somewhere for you to download, but I think it is commercial software and that technically would be piracy. Please do advise if you need it.