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I don't have a solution -- but I have the same problem and this is the first I've found mention of someone else having it. I'm Mac OS 10.6.5. I thought I could go through and just delete the second copies of everything, but I can't figure out how to do that either. They don't show up when it's plugged into the computer. And as far as I can tell, you have to be playing a song in order to delete it, and it can't play things in the wrong format. Beating my head against the wall and starting to look at buying something else... In case you found a solution elsewhere, please let me know!
Save what you want and Delete songs and Format (Helps with try to delete BAD TRACKS and folders that will not delete(Some ripped CD folders).. Go to my computer scroll to sansa or your MP3 player and open the music folder and open each sub folder and delete Songs manually then delete the folders them selfs then format a couple of times hope this works
Deleteing Playlist: Open my computer double click my music Here you should find the folder my play list double click and delete file .wpl or .m3u these are the playlists....You can also go to search type .wpl enter when located delete remember where file was located...Windows Media Player will find them also and you can delete from there.. (Library)
- Make sure you have installed AAA battery: MP3 player won't work otherwise (it does not need a battery to work as USB memory stick to transfer/delete songs or data)
- To turn-on (or off for that matter), press first button on your LHS (eg. same side as earphone plug) for 2 or 3 seconds until (blue) LED is on: if you press button too long after the LED is on, it will switch the player off!
- When the LED is on, stop pressing this button: it is ready to play the MP3 track by pressing on this same button until the LED starts flashing (LED will keep on flashing while track is playing).
- If you want to skip this track and get to the next track, quickly press and release the next (e.g. middle) button.
- The third button (e.g. nearest to the USB plug), quickly press and release, is used to rewind or go back to previous track.
- Volume control is also performed by pressing and holding down the second or third buttons
You should try taking the battery out. if you unscrew the for screws on the back there will be a battery just take that out and put it back in this should delete everything if it doesnt then i dont know. dont worry about takeing it apart your only takeing the back off to where the battery is. just like your cell phone.
Insignia mp3 players are a little buggy in that they occasionally get file system problems that cause strange things like this to happen. First backup your songs from the mp3 player, and select "erase internal memory". That actually reformats the memory. Then put your songs back on the mp3 player. If it still doesn't work, please advise.
well i had same problem try this
1.take all songs to computer (and pictures ,movies)
2.make sure your computer dont shows hidden(needed files) files.. if you are using xp or vista do this controll panel/folder options
3. delete all music,pictures,movies on your mp3/mp4 ( dont delete any thing other!! )
4.pull the music back to it
/it worked for me well well hopes it works
Well, I have this same mp3 and I learned that when I was getting the bad track notice, that ment that the track is not supported by the player. Only certian tracks can be placed on the player.