Mine did this too when it was new, just hold down the menu/power button for 15 seconds, depending on how fast your counting you might have to hold it down longer.. that will reboot it (sometimes it delets the tracks, just warning you) and other times it just restarts it.
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I had the exact same problem. It was just after I pretty much filled all the memory up with music too. Nothing would happen even when I connected it up to the power supply.
It's possibly because it has crashed trying to shut down or start up as I could hear internal whirring when I put it to my ear and moved it around. Try using a paperclip or thin nail in the small reset hole at the bottom of the player and that should reset whatever it is stuck doing. Mine started up again after this and all the songs were still intact.
1. Have you tried charging your Ipod from another source other than the computer? Maybe a car charger for an Ipod or a kind that can be plugged into the wall. Ipod chargers are very inexpensive. 2. If that doesn't work try rebooting your Ipod with your Ipod program you were given to manage your Ipod.
3. Make sure that when downloading songs that they are Ipodcompatible, meaning that they are mp3 ready. Before downloading a song you should be able to see the credentials the song has for downloading. Most of the time if the format cannot be changed to being mp3 ready, most likely the song won't convert to your ipod.