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I had a similar problem. My Sansa c250 would charge, when plugged into the computer. It would read that it was writing but the computer did not recognized that the Sansa c250 was connected. I switched to a different USB port and got the same results. I then realized that the two ports I was using were 1.0 port and idmedeatly when inserted in the 2.0 port it began charging and the computer recongized the Sansa c250. I know this won't solve every charging problem one may have. Changing the battery would be easier in some cases. Especially if they were sold like the AA or AAA.
I believe the cable is the charger. I have an e250 which charges from the computer. Simply connect the player to the computer using the cable, and when the player is detected by the computer - it is charging!
My friend have a different charger though, but she bought it from the store.
this player really sucks ... and believe ... i love sandisk players... my solution for this was the following:
i ve got a wall charger (for itself it almost did nothing)
i put my player to dial and FM station (like i was listenning to a radio)
waited some seconds and connected my charger.
it appears that the player freezes but after 2 to 4 hours it get full charged.
before that i tried everything and nothig was solving the problem.