Question about Insignia IN-MP3256 MP3 Player
Similar issues. Both computers wouldn't recognize all of a sudden. Out of shear frustration - I switched to an older USB cord - worked - both computers recongnized the player. This was unexpected - since the new USB cord worked fine with my other devices (camera, etc.). So - recommendation is to try a different cord.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
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You can use Windows Explorer to transfer files to your insignia sport player. First, in the settings on your player, go to Settings, USB Mode, Connection Type and select File & Folder. Then, plug your player in to your USB cable. Windows XP should automatically find your player and make a new drive letter in Windows Explorer. Simply drag and drop your mp3 files from your c drive to the new drive for your player. You'll notice that when you delete the files on your new drive for your player that it doesnt remove them from your player. You'll need to use your player (settings, system, erase internal) to erase internal (and external), but after that when you add new files, they will be added to the player when it does the profiling after you disconnect the USB cable. Dave@OgleServices.com
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
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