After transferring files into the insignia folders the folders don't appear in the device menu. How can I get my insignia menu population to list first by folder and then by file. I have some selections that are designed to play in a certain order but is populated with other files from other folders alphabetically as a result collections that belong together either by chapter or subject are scattered in one long menu. I have tried to change the file properties to force file alignment, but to no avail!
I'm not sure if this is what you're talking about, but I noticed in the settings if you go to USB Mode click on that there's an option for connection type if you click on that you have two options, Automatic and File and Folder, mine was set to automatic
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When your MP3 Player is connected to a computer, you may transfer music files to your MP3 player using your operating system's basic file management commands (i.e., copy-and-paste or drag-and-drop).Connect the Coby MP3 player to your computer through its USB adapter.
Select "Open folder to view files" from the new device dialog box that pops up. If the new device dialog does not appear upon the hardware's connection, click "Start," click "My Computer" and right-click the Coby MP3 player's device icon in Windows Explorer .Click "Start," click "My Music" and open the folder containing the music you wish to transfer onto the Coby MP3 player.
Drag and drop the music files or folders into the Coby MP3 player's open directory. Alternatively, you can highlight the music files or folders and click the "Copy the selected" link from the Files and Folders Tasks menu in the left column. Select the "Removable Disk" drive from the list of destinations.
Audio: MP3, WMA, WMAPro, WMAlossless, Secure WMA, Audible, OGG (tracks will only be recognized in File and Folder (MSC) mode) Video: MPEG-4, WMV
You may encounter playback issues if the file is corrupt or is not really of the file type indicated by the extension. More information about this player, including useful downloads, can be found at InsigniaProducts.com.
Make sure your device is under MTP mode...to do that go under the menu settings, usb and device mode and change it to MTP
Assuming that you have windows media player 10. 1. Creating a selection in Windows Media Player Launch Windows Media Player 10. Click on the Library tab then Add to Library > Add folder and select a folder (e.g. compilation of favourite songs, converted CD, folder of downloaded songs, etc.) from your hard drive (See Image 1). Click OK to confirm your selection. Your folder data will appear in the main window. Repeat the procedure for your other albums. You can also do this by clicking File > Add to library > Add folder. When your folders are ready, click-hold to select all your songs and then drag them to the window on the left, as indicated. Select the entire list again and click Now Playing List and select Synch List (See Image 2). 2. Transferring your selection to your MP3 player Click on the Synchronize tab. Connect your MP3 player to your computer, your player will be automatically recognized by the computer and synchronization (that is file transfer) will begin immediately. 3. Transferring your MP3s to flash memory Insert the memory card from your MP3 player or MP3 phone into your computer's card reader and open My Computer. Windows XP will automatically recognize your memory card and its icon should appear next to the other icons. Click on its icon to open your memory card. Select the MP3 file to transfer. If you want to transfer several files at once, control-click each individual file. In the File Manager window, click Copy File and select the destination folder.
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There are two different solutions for erasing select files from your Insignia player:
Sync Solution - If you have been using a music service like Rhapsody, Best Buy Digital Music Service, or WMP10, you can connect the player while in Sync mode (switchable in the USB preferences on the players setup menu), open the software, find the Insignia player, open the players song list, and delete tracks that you don't desire.
File & Folder Solution - This is just like navigating your hard drive. Connect the Insignia player when in File & Folder mode, open the drive (should be on your desktop or in your device list under My Computer), and delete what you don't want the same as if it were on your computer.
You can use Windows Explorer to transfer files to your insignia sport player. First, in the settings on your player, go to Settings, USB Mode, Connection Type and select File & Folder. Then, plug your player in to your USB cable. Windows XP should automatically find your player and make a new drive letter in Windows Explorer. Simply drag and drop your mp3 files from your c drive to the new drive for your player. You'll notice that when you delete the files on your new drive for your player that it doesnt remove them from your player. You'll need to use your player (settings, system, erase internal) to erase internal (and external), but after that when you add new files, they will be added to the player when it does the profiling after you disconnect the USB cable. Dave@OgleServices.com
File allocation table on your player is corrupt. try to use the following method to transfer files from your player to your c drive... else... all is gone...
You can use Windows Explorer to transfer files to and from your insignia sport player. First, in the settings on your player, go to Settings, USB Mode, Connection Type and select File & Folder. Then, plug your player in to your USB cable. Windows XP should automatically find your player and make a new drive letter in Windows Explorer. Simply drag and drop your files to/from your c drive to the new drive for your player. You'll notice that when you use Windows explorer to delete the files on your new drive for your player that it doesnt remove them from your Music Library on your player. You'll need to use your player (settings, system, erase internal) to erase internal (and external), but after that when you add new files, they will be added to the player when it does the profiling after you disconnect the USB cable. Dave@OgleServices.com