Incredible!! mine do the same, turn on auto, and keep flashing the ligths and if i press any boton it turn off. i have been use rechargable batts for a wile, i replace the rech batt whit a brand new one, and it work.
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Make sure that you got all of your songs off of itunes, or that they have been converted through itunes correctly. This is caused by songs being the wrong format, or that the song itself is corrupted. Try restoring the unit through itunes, and loading the songs back on. If you are running with your unit while trying to listen music this can also cause the unit to freeze up when playing a song. Any type of continuous motion can cause your ipod to not play songs. This is because the ipod has a hard drive inside of it, and when you move alot with a hard drive it cant read correctly. If you want to run with your unit, i would suggest getting a flash drive based mp3 player (ie itouch). If you have any further questions feel free to contact www.wiredextreme.com.
When you download songs, save it first on your My Music folder for you to easily track the song list. Once you have successfully downloaded the songs, insert your MP3 Player. Format your MP3 Player first by right clicking the drive and click format. Once it is formatted, Copy the songs from your My Music folder then Paste it on your MP3 Player drive. *Note: Try to play your saved song in your Windows Media Player if the song is working fine before you copy it on your MP3 Player. Drop a comment if you still have questions. I would be happy assisting you.
Sounds like you have two problems here. First my guess is your files bought from walmart are corrupted some how. just delete the ones that are giving you fits and call it a day. Second you mentioned it wont even sync music,,,, Are you saying none of your music or just the walmart ones ?
My Insignia MP3 player had a weird malfunction. it was fine on my ride up to school ( about 8-8:30 am)...but then after i finished band practice (6:00 pm) the music would play but the screen didn't come on..it just turned this dark blue-ish color. So i cant see the words, pics, or ANYTHING..
someone please help...its not even a year old!
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Instead of deleting the songs you may need to format.
If you haven't tryed this follow these simple steps.
To format your device first click on "Start" then click on "My Computer" now look for your mp3 player, if it hasn't been change the names usually called "Removable Disk", once you've found that right-click on it then click on "Format".
Now you've formatted put songs on then try your mp3 player to see if the problems be fixed.