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My insignia pilot 8GB !!!! HEEEEEEEEELP!!!!!!

I connected my mp3 player to the computer(while the player was switched off), thescreen that says -searching for PC- came on, then stuck!!!!!! Wont cut off and wont recognize being connected with another power source. The computer recognizes that the mp3 player is connected, but the mp3 player is FROZEN! Can i disconnect the internal battery?? What do I do?!?1

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  • Jack Byers Jul 05, 2008

    Same thing. Worked fine before. Now, when I plugged Insignia Pilot 8 into computer, neither recognizes the other and Pilot is frozen with Searching for PC" on the screen and won't turn off or otherwise activate. Cannot find any reset button.

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My screen is not working it all black . the screen is broke

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1) Back up all your files on the player.
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