Question about Insignia NS-DV2G MP3 Player
I lost my insignia software cd and i cant buy one where i am now, i just want to know how to get my pc to recognize my Insignia NS-DV4G video player without the cd, it doesnt even come up in my computer in the f-removable drive??? can i download the software somewhere, if anyone knows a solution, dont hesitate to slap me with it!
I used the method that you use to update the firmware.
Turn off the unit ,,, slide it to HOLD. Then plug into the USB.
Seems to work every time for me .. Hope you have the same luck.
Strange that it has always worked until now ... same OS .. no updates since then ... But at least I can access it.
There is no driver I can find in the software bundle CD.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
I had this problem too my computer would find new device and want to install drivers for mtp but always installed with problems...now i dont remember exactly what i click or was prompted for because i was doing alot...dont let windows check for drivers, you want to install the drivers youself maybe from a specific location or choose the device cant remember but key part...in a bow will be the "mtp device and usb device" when at this screen you wont click next, double click usb device and all will be well
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
I had the same exact problem until about 2 seconds ago i know the date is nearly a year after you all posted but i hope someone finds this useful what you do is go to the settings menu and then go to usb mode and then go to connection type and the set it as file and folder thats it i nearly smashed it to bits but now it works and is not a brick anymore so i hope this helps and if any of you have windows 98 google the drivers and your set
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
Same problem as well, about a year old - it worked on 1 laptop (the owner also uses the same player) but refuses to work on my main machine (that its always used on) and any other machine or laptop I've tried besides the 1.
Hold doesnt do anything
Windows Device Manager says:
Windows successfully loaded the device driver for this hardware but cannot find the hardware device.
Glad I filled it up with 4GB of badass music, sorry for the guy with 30 tracks in the country :(
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
Same problem here... No matter what my windows XP wont see this thing. It makes the USB connect noise but nothing shows up... I have tried every usb port on the machine...
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
What operating system do you use? If you have Windows XP all you need to do is connect it and windows should detect it. If it doesn't connect it activate the hold switch and connect it to your computer. It should show up as a USB removable drive. If that still doesn't work try a different USB cable. After that I stuck. As for the software I don't know where you can get a copy. I looked at the insignia web site and it isn't available for download. Since it is basically a modified version of Rhapsody you may try downloading the regular version of it and see if it works. I use MediaMonkey and it works well.
Posted on Oct 26, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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