Question about Insignia NS-DV2G MP3 Player
When the player connects only with the charging display, there are 3 points that need to be checked:
Battery and cable connection
1. Connecting the player to the computer, the charging symbol should start loading; battery "green" or "partly green" indication. The player should respond with "OK to disconnect" = connection established correctly.
For proper charging and connection put the USB cable plug directly to the computer preferred at the back side: not through a hub or card reader.
2. The player is switched to MSC mode. MSC = Mass Storage Class. In this mode the device is seen as a flash drive also called removable disk, that can be accessed using Windows Explorer.
The Hold switch was in hold position on the top side, before connecting to the computer.
Disconnect the player and release the hold switch. Next the player should be in standard MTP mode. MTP = Media Transfer Protocol used for transferring files with media software.
3. The media software on the computer for transferring files is not installed or not working properly. Update or reinstall the media software.
Manual for Insignia NS-DV2G:
When this didn't help the firmware on the player needs to be reinstalled.
For firmware see the Drivers in the Support tab of the next link:
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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