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Yes, the drivers have to be installed in order for the computer to identify any device attached to it.
If your laptop is a windows machine you can check whether drivers are installed by entering device managerand checking whether there are any items under the "other devices" drop down. The exclamation mark on that tab indicates that the drivers are not installed.
If your mp3 is attached to the computer and not listed there it will be in need of the appropriate drivers
First plug in the Insignia NS-DV4G. Go to device manager. Something should say unknow device either under usb devices at the bottom or portable devices. Right click it and click update driver. click browse my computer. click let me choose from device drivers on my computer. uncheck show compatible software. scroll down to compatible usb storage device in the left column. double click usb mass storage device. then click yes. it should say it cant start. click close. then right click the usb mass storage device and disable. double click and click enable. disable and enable again. open computer. you should not see it. close it and wait for auto play.
It is not compatible. I had the same receiver and mp3 player. according to the Clarion website, an "ERROR 5" is the message for a compatibility problem. You probably got an "ERROR 2"(format problem) when you had the player plugged in and then cycled through the sources(that's how I received the error).
I have since bought an Ipod and the USB input works just fine. Clarion says the deck is MTP compatible, but it will not run a lot of MTP devices. Only Ipods and certain memory sticks. The Creative Zen Vision M is read as an MTP device when it it plugged into anything like a computer, Xbox 360, and the Clarion USB receivers. The Clarion units even attempt to read it as an MPT device, but will not play. It is not an issue with the receiver or the MP3 files. The Creative Vision M is not a compatible device, sorry.
Problem Solved: My MMP8567 screen read ''boot error shutting down''.
Everytime I plugged it in to the computer the computer would find it but then it would disappear almost immediately.
I downloaded the Updater program from Memorex but it couldn't find the player.
The directions from Memorex said ''Hold down the play button and plug
in usb cable.'' Another set of Memorex directions said, ''Hold down
the power button and plug in usb cable.'' Neither worked for me.
SOLUTION: I finally held down the LOCK/UNLOCK button and plugged in
the usb cable. My computer found the player immediately and a software
driver window popped up asking for a driver. I let windows search the
internet and it found and installed the driver. The driver it was
looking for was: ''player recover device class driver'' After windows
confirmed it recognized my mp3 player I started up the Firmware update
program and was able to update the player.
I tried to be clear and detailed. Good Luck ;-)
Depends on your operating system - this player only works with Windows 98 (with a driver only), Windows 2000 SP3 and Windows XP. Try another USB port on your computer if your OS is a compatible type. The procedure I would generally follow is to install the CD with the device NOT plugged into the computer, and only after it is installed, plug the mp3 player into the computer.
If all of the above conditions have been met. Unplug the mp3 player, turn it off, hold in the play button, and reconnect it to the computer. Keep holding the play button. Should go into recovery mode.
There are two possible options (these are not guaranteed to work):
1) Go to www.microsoft.com, enter your mp3 player model number in the search tab and see if a new driver has been developed for this device to make it compatible with Vista
2) With your mp3 player plugged in to the computer, go to Start --> Control Panel --> Systema nd Maintenance --> Device Manager
3) Find your mp3 player on the list and double-click the device; click on driver tab and then update driver - select the option that allows you to search the computer AND the internet for the driver (make sure you are connected to the internet BEFORE selecting this option); if you do not see your exact mp3 player name on the list, look for a similar looking name on the list such as "MTP Device"; also, look for devices with a yellow exclamation mark next to them - this is a sign of a device needing a repair or driver update