Question about Insignia NS-DV2G MP3 Player
Two days after I bought the insignia, it stopped synching music or rather the screen on both rhapsody and the device showed an endless transfer. I called for advice, was told to erase the internal memory and start over, and this worked. It's a little less than a year later and the problem is occurring again. What do you suggest?
Ignore Mr. smarty-pants tonto.
the volatile memory that stores your music can get finicky after time or if your USB connection is underpowered, chained too often, or too may items are drawing power at the same time.
Perform an erase all and a system restore on the player, you can also re-format your player in XP, but I would back up your music first.
The only bad side is if you are using subscription music, after a reformat, the DRM music will see your player as a different player and use one of 3 available players those tracks can be synced to.
Best of luck!
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