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Frozen When i went to the video menu i chose a viseo and it froze with the green background but in a blue box it says NAND file system fail

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  • revell May 21, 2008

    but it wont turn off

  • revell May 21, 2008

    and it wont connect to my computer

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It sounds like you are having a firmware issue.

Easiest solution is to connect the NS-DV2G to your computer and place the firmware file on it. When you disconnect, the firmware will install. You'll loose all your settings and probably all your songs, but it should correct your player.

This is for the NS-DV2G:
http://www.insignia-products.com/t-New%20Video%20Player%20Firmware.aspx

Good luck!

This is for the NS-DV2GC:
http://www.insignia-products.com/t-New%20Video%20Player%20Firmware.aspx

Posted on May 21, 2008

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