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NS-xV24 Insigna Pilot

How do i format the file system? When turning it on it just shows this (NS-xV24 FILE SYSTEM FAIL FORMAT FILE SYSTEM) and the device is not showing up when i plug it up to my usb port? HELP!

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  • campunisher Feb 06, 2009

    hansonsux advice fixed this problem for me. Even insignia tech support couldn't do this. Big thanks.

  • bpmystic May 21, 2009

    When I hold down the power and menu button I get a screen that read "Erase internal memory" but it is behind the "file system fail" window. It won't let me choose an option on the "erase" memory... Help is greatly appreciated....

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1) Hold the power button (slider) in the on position for about 15-20 seconds to force the player to turn off, if it's already on.

2) Hold the menu button down and simultaneously hold the power button (slider) to the on position.

3) Do not let go when the device turns on. You will then get a screen message in black and white that reads (with a typo):

WARRING !!!

NAND FLASH MEMORY INITIALIZE......

"WARRING !!!" will appear in red (and probably should read "WARNING". You will have the options of "No" and "Yes".

4) Choose "Yes" to re-format your device.

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I m unable 2 start my insignia except i connect it to usb or charger
my insignia is at a screen that says NS-xV24 file system fail format file system!!!

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My insignia is at a screen that says NS-xV24 file system fail format file system!!!

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