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This thing is messed up

My player sychronizes 100% on the first song but in doesnt put the song on. it stops and says its sychronizing but its not even. it wont put songs on and it still has plenty of space to fill. what do i do????????

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Re: this thing is messed up

What was said was very right. I noticed many Insignia Player's messing up, and the best thing to do is format the player. Unfortunately, this means deleteing all the songs off the player and starting all over again. So hope you saved your songs on your computer!! Good Luck!

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Re: this thing is messed up

After player connected, try to open it in "My computer", and it must show as a removable drive, just re-format it windows and see how much free place it has then

Posted on Aug 24, 2007

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