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Searching for PC ?

When I was listening to music it randomly stopped and when I looked at it, It said "Searching for PC". Even when I put it on the USB attached to the computer it still says searching for PC. I tried to turn it off, Didn't work. I switch the USB ports and it's still saying the same thing. It's BRAND new, Out the box for 6 hours.

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Great! I just spent the last week uploading songs, pics and videos on an Insignia Sport 2gb for my niece's mom to give to her for her birthday. I just disconnected it from my PC and it says,
"USB connected Searching for a PC" it won't turn off. DAMN @!%$ I wasted too much time that I didn't have to waste already! Now I have to go take the P.O.S. back and start all over again!! OMG - I can't believe this!

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It shouldnt be searching for the pc unless it detects a conection.
Sounds like a usb error, I would take it back and get a replacement. 6 hours and problems i wouldnt even mess with it. back in the box and back to the store

Theres a time to fix equipment and that when the warranty runs out, take it back and ask if anyone else has had problems with this mp3 player

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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