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Computer doesnt register device as being plugged-in

When I plug the Insignia NS-DA1G MP3 Player in, on the computer it will not register it on the computer. I can't add or delete songs on it, but the battery will still charge.

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  • Unhappywmp3 Mar 10, 2008

    I'm having the same problem. My computer doesn't register the device as being plugged in and I can't add/delete any music. Now the only thing I can do with my MP3 player is listen to the radio.

  • Anonymous Jul 15, 2008

    conecto la USB a la computadora y no lo registra la computadora pero lo carga y solo en algunas lo puedo meter y lo acepta. que sucede

  • Anonymous Aug 05, 2008

    what do i need to download to make it work?

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    Found pre-owned ipod mini A1051 at thrift-store. It's still registered to the previous owner. How can I completely remove all data and restore to factory settings so I may register it in my name and add my own music?

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This can be a problem with your USB capabilities in your computer.

If you are using your front USB ports, it is possible they are underpowered. Try switching to the rear USB ports.

You can also try a self-powered USB Hub to improve performance or purchase a USB 2.0 card for your system.

It could be something as simple as a bad USB cable. That would be the cheapest place to start...next to trying the rear USB ports.

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How do i add music to the insignia ns-da1g mp3 player when I don't have the computer program?


Drivers can be downloaded via InsigniaProducts.com, under the Support tab, including software necessary to upload music to your player.

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Need Help adding Music on my INSIGNIA NA-DA1G


Hello there,

Try to use another data cable and try to uninstall/install the device driver.

Just let me know.

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How to delete songs put onto mp3 by another computer


If you wish to remove all of the music from your device, follow these steps

1. Press the Menu button
2. Select "settings"
3. Select "system"
4. Select "erase all"

If you wish to remove certain songs but not all, Insignia recommends using Best Buy Rhapsody to manage the files on your device. The program recognizes the MP3 player and Files can be dragged between your MP3 player and Rhapsody. Even tho this perticular model is discontinued, they still have the manual online. Go to the website and put the Model number in and click the appropriate model(it shows NS-DA1G and NS-DA2G). The next page has all the manuals and information you should need

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Dleting unwanted music


first you need to connect it to the computer...
then download mp3 player..Like Itunes software.. I used it before to the ipod.. device try it....

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Won't let me add music


For the Insignia NS-DA1G, NS-DA2G, KIX, NS-DV2G, NS-DV4G:

These units come set to a FAT formatting. If you have changed this to NTFS or DOS, you will cause problems with your player. Be sure it is formatted correctly.

If you have formatted your player to FAT (recommended), FAT-16, or FAT-32, try using the software reset in the MENU - Settings area of the players internal software.

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Mp3 player keeps getting SYNC notice


For NS-DA1G and NS-DA2G: If you are receiving a SYNC notice, your DRM media license has expired. If you are using a media manager like Best Buy Digital Media Store or Windows Media Player. you will first need to authorize the player as an MTP device (device authorized to play Digital Rights Management song files) and then re-acquire the licenses for the tracks. There should be a button that allows this function in your media software.

If you want to remove your DRM tracks, got to:
MENU - Settings - USB - File & Folder

This puts your player into Mass Storage Mode. Once in this mode the player will act like a USB drive and you can navigate to and delete your unwanted files.

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There might be a little switch that says "hold". Make sure it is not at the "hold" end.

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