Question about Insignia NS-DV2G MP3 Player
First is to navigate to the settings menu and change the unit from "file & folder" to "media manager".
Connect the player to your PC via USB cable.
The player will look for a media manager capable application (BBDMS, WMP10 or 11, Rhapsody, Media Monkey, etc).
Once connected with the media manager software, you will need to make sure the device is authorized with the software and then re-acquire the licenses.
Different software have different processes for athorization of devices and licensure of songs, so I can't be of any more help unless I know what software you're running and what OS on your computer you are using.
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
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