20 Most Recent Insignia NS-DA1G MP3 Player Questions & Answers


Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on Mar 23, 2013

Ensure that the battery is fully charged. Replace the battery if needed. Detailed specs can be found in the owner's manual. If these steps don't resolve the issue, you may visit the place of purchase to pursue service options.

Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on Mar 11, 2010

Drivers can be downloaded via InsigniaProducts.com, under the Support tab, including software necessary to upload music to your player.

Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on Mar 11, 2010

My son just got the (((( Insignia Kix 1GB MP3 Player Model: NS-1A10S)))))) had the same problem look on the side of the unit for switch that says hold .. move it,, you should see a green color under it ..then push the on button it should come on ... im going to try and put up the user guide in my products ..it shows the switch im talking about.

Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on Dec 02, 2009


Features, specifications and support for NS-DA1G on next site:

Guides and drivers under the support tab, see:

Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on Oct 15, 2009

(Don't know if you figured out to do this yet but...) I had this once and I just pulled the battery out. Obviously it can't stay on without the power source. Then you should be able to put the battery back in and viola, it should work again.

Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on Oct 08, 2009

Its generally because u will have placed it in a different folder. Make sure u put it on the right folder.

Expecting a good rating from you ...!!!

Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on Jul 31, 2009

just connect your mp3 to your computer, open the music folder and select all the songs you want to remove, then make right click cut and paste the songs in a folder in your computer

Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on Jul 31, 2009

hey ! listen..I see that your Mp3 is working fine..you will have to use iTunes for certain Mp3s..so try installing iTunes or Limewire..from www.downloads.com ..and then try..im sure you will get it..ok

Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on May 25, 2009

Hello there,

Try to use another data cable and try to uninstall/install the device driver.

Just let me know.


Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on Apr 07, 2009

the same problem happened with my left control button. i couldnt turn back to the song. so i tried clicking the button several times turning the power on/off. eventually within about a week the button worked again. hope i helped in some way.

Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on Jan 27, 2009

For NS-DA1G and NS-DA2G: If you are receiving a SYNC notice, your DRM media license has expired. If you are using a media manager like Best Buy Digital Media Store or Windows Media Player. you will first need to authorize the player as an MTP device (device authorized to play Digital Rights Management song files) and then re-acquire the licenses for the tracks. There should be a button that allows this function in your media software.

If you want to remove your DRM tracks, got to:
MENU - Settings - USB - File & Folder

This puts your player into Mass Storage Mode. Once in this mode the player will act like a USB drive and you can navigate to and delete your unwanted files.

Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on Jan 10, 2009

This can be a problem with your USB capabilities in your computer.

If you are using your front USB ports, it is possible they are underpowered. Try switching to the rear USB ports.

You can also try a self-powered USB Hub to improve performance or purchase a USB 2.0 card for your system.

It could be something as simple as a bad USB cable. That would be the cheapest place to start...next to trying the rear USB ports.

Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on Aug 05, 2008

depending on the software you have, thats probably affecting the way your mp3 is running. windows media has worked for me.

Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on Jul 24, 2008

Switch the player to File & Folder in the menu settings:
MENU - Settings - USB - File & Folder

This shoulds like it's in MTP mode which is for DRM content and sync with a media manager program.

Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on Apr 17, 2008

For the Insignia NS-DA1G, NS-DA2G, KIX, NS-DV2G, NS-DV4G:

These units come set to a FAT formatting. If you have changed this to NTFS or DOS, you will cause problems with your player. Be sure it is formatted correctly.

If you have formatted your player to FAT (recommended), FAT-16, or FAT-32, try using the software reset in the MENU - Settings area of the players internal software.

Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on Apr 17, 2008

Take off the back plate and remove the battery.

Look above the watch-style battery at the volume controls from the inside of the player.

Straighten out a paper clip and press out the buttons from within the battery compartment.

If this doesn't work, the micro-switch is stuck and you'll need to carefully pop it back out. You can see the switch (the very small black plastic tab above the metal housing) and will need to carefully push it back out.

Be careful and good luck.

Insignia NS-DA1G... | Answered on Apr 17, 2008

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