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It won't load music?

It was loading music just fine, but when I went on the computer to load a new song, it wouldn't load, it would just get to 99% then freez up, but when I un-plug it everything goes back to normal except the fact the the song still won't load on it.I tried loading a new version of the song but it still won't work... what do I do???????

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What firmware version do you have?  The latest version with instructions is available on the Insignia web site.  That may solve the problem.  Another thing you can try is before you plug in your player turn it off.  Then turn on the hold.  Now plug it in.  It will show up on you computer as a removable drive and you can just drag and drop your music.

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Delete few song n try again or re-install it n see d results

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