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I need da cd

Um...i bought an insignia mp3 a couple weeks ago,i bearly opened it on yesterday and turns out i lost the cd that comes with it,so how am i able to put my playlists and songs onto my mp3 without its original program?

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Hi,
Have you tried contacting Insignia. They may provide you with a download link for the drivers/software you need.

You should be able to connect your player even without the software. Windows should detect it once the USB is plugged in. Just drag and drop the songs you want onto the device.

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

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