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Insignia mp3 player question..

I have an Insignia mp3 player and I absolutely ADORE it. But the damn thing won't work. I tried transfering songs from someones Ipod onto it, and it said they were on there, but didn't show up on the actual player. So anyway, I just dismissed it and said I would do without the songs, but then when I unplugged it from the pc, the Rebuilding Library thing was stuck on there. It took a good 10 minutes to get unstuck. After it went back to normal, all the wrighting like the song titles and stuff were in some sorta Japanese language. Whatever, the songs were still ok, right? So I just kept listening to it. Then I get back from my run and take a shower. I get out to listen to it more, and it says: NoSpaceForDB PleaseDeletemorethan 8MB. So I go and then it goes to a different screen and says NO TRACKS. So I get on the computer, and I erase ALL my music, and it STILL says no space. then I put ALL my music back on. Same thing. PLEASE help, I am DESPERATE!

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  • sata_andagi Sep 09, 2007

    How the hell do you format it?

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Completely format the player... if that doesnt work, take it to best buy and have their tech take a look. Mine did the same thing, but was fine after I formatted it a couple times.. theyre like a dog.. one little flea leads to thousands of problems...

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