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Hiccups on my MP3 Player.

I purchased the Insignia 8GB MP3 player. I downloaded all of my music from Window's Media Player. For some strange reason hiccups keep appearing in all of my tracks. If I rewind it back to the part in the song where the hiccup appeared, it usually plays normally. What is going on? Is there something wrong with my MP3 player or the track itself. Is there any solution to this problem?

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SOURCE: Current Songs will not show on window media player

If the player is in "Media Manager" mode, you'll want to use a media manager like Best Buy Digital Media Store, or Windows Media Player. If the unit is in File & Folder mode (mass storage) you should be able to load and/or delete files as you would any USB drive.

This switch is located here:
Menu - Settings - USB Mode

If this does not work, you can re-format to FAT-32 and try from a clean slate.

For the Mac user, there are secondary files that are created by the Mac that start with "._". These will need to be removed as the player will attempt to play those files. For use on the Mac, be sure to use the File & Folder mode (mass storage) as the MTP mode is not supported.

Posted on Apr 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Insignia NS-8V24 Rhapsody problem

burn the music you PAID for to a cd then rip it back to the system and use Windows Media Player 11 to sync the files to the device (only works if you have a burn feature in rhapsody)

Windows Media Player will see it all the time and is more compatible then Rhapsody with the device

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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