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Insignia Pilot doesn't always recognize music files

At times, when I drag and drop mp3 files from my computer to the Insignia Pilot, it will not recognize them.  I can see they're on the Pilot but when I disconnect from the computer, the Pilot doesn't show these files and I can't access them even though they're on the player.  Once when this happened, I erased internal memory and put the mp3 files back on.  The Pilot worked o.k. for a while but then went back to not recognizing some files that I added.

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Okay...here we go!

1) Back up all your files on the player.
2) Re-format the player in windows as either FAT16 or FAT32 (no this will not remove the OS firmware).
3) Place your files back onto the player.

The volatile memory on these units can become corrupted if your USB connection is underpowered, split too many times, or has a few devices also drawing power.

This should fix your problem.

Good luck!

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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