Question about Insignia Kix MP3 Player
Have you tried changing the cable to another one you know works or have you reinstalled your players drivers?
if you haven't done so, try to uninstall the drivers for your device and then reinstall them. With the player plugged into your usb, open up your Device Manager.
for XP, right click your MY Computer on the desktop and select Properties, click the Hardware tab, click on the Device Manager button. Im not a Vista user but on there I believe you open the Properties on My Computer still, then on the left side of the System Information window, click the Device Manager link.
(or hold Windows Key and press the Pause key to open DM)
Once in the DM, locate your player. Usually under the Universal Serial Bus Controllers. It may be named Mass Storage Device or something else. If you cant recognize it in the list, unplug it an plug back in while looking at all the USB deviced currently installed.
If you see no changes at all as you plug/unplug your player then you may have another problem.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
try using another usb port my macbook sometimes doesn't recognize my USB ports.
Or you could use parallels and run windows
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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