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CAN'T VIEW MY FILES AND FOLDERS ?

THIA IS MY FIRST TIME USING AN INSIGNIA SPORT 2GB* VIDEO MP3 PLAYER.WHEN I CONNECTED MY MP3 PLAYER TO MY SONY PC , ON MY MP3 SCREEN IT WAS SHOWED THAT ,
USB CONNECTED
OK to disconnect

OK
File & Folder


LATER I SYNCED A FEW MP3 SONGS INTO MY PLAYER WHICH WERE INTIALLY IN MY PC.
BUT THE PROBLM IS THAT I CAN'T VIEW MY FILES AND FOLDERS.
I NEED HELP.PLEASE ! ! ! !

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It may be just the USB working mode of the player. The USB mode has to be set to either mass storage to view file/folders in Windows Explorer, or the other mode for Syncing with special mp3 player software such as Rapsody. NormalIy the USB mode is "automatic", but sometime this doesn't work or gets set off of automatic. So try setting the USB mode in the player's options. Is that doesn't work, please advise.

Posted on Jul 04, 2008

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