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Insignia Mp3 player frozen

I synced songs from windows media player and everything was fine until I unplugged the usb cord and now it is frozen saying usb connected...ok to disconnect. I tried holding the on/off button but nothing happens. I also tried plugging it back into the computer and still nothing.

My Mp3 player is frozen it is the Insignia NS4V17r i did everything pluggin it back in but it still don't work. Whay should i do.

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Re: Insignia Mp3 player frozen

If you hold the power button for 20 seconds it will shut off. I had the similar problem where I unplugged my Insignia NS4V17B frozed on the bluetooth initializing screen. I turned it off then back on and it is now working fine.

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Re: Insignia Mp3 player frozen

There is a reset hole on the same side of the player as headphone jack #2. It says RESET next to it. Straighten a paperclip and press it into the hole until it clicks. hold for approximately 10 seconds and your player will reset.

This should fix the problem and some of the other mentioned issues in this thread. If not, pull the battery out for a 10-count and then put it back in and power on.

Posted on Apr 28, 2008

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Re: Insignia Mp3 player frozen

Insignia pilot mp3 players freeze, don't work with Itunes (I don't know anyone who uses Rhapsody), doesn't do playlists, sounds like ****. That said, the entire Insignia line of mp3 players are being revamped, upgraded, all new firmware, for the summer of 2008. An insider told me that the new players will be COMPLETELY Itunes compatible, right down to being able to sync with your playlists!!! No more stupid Rhapsody, which is used by maybe .000000000000000000000001% of the world. The insider said that Best Buy has struck a deal with Apple to become the first Non-Ipod mp3 player to be able to utilize Itunes fully! I can't wait, since the previous version of this player sucked more than a blackhole at a fireworks show! Comon Insignia, show us a better product already!!!!!!!!!

Posted on Apr 28, 2008

Re: Insignia Mp3 player frozen

Wait till the battery run out of power

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Re: Insignia Mp3 player frozen

Take out battery & put it back in!

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Re: Insignia Mp3 player frozen

Hold the power switch 15-20 seconds and it should reset the power.

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