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this is not normal and it is supposed to go off when the on/off button is used...so my guess is that you have a defective button ..or try to stop the song first and after that use the side button for the power on and off ..If it do not work anymore..it will shut down when the power will go off ..and after that it may get back to normal ...or ..take a look and see if it has a reset button hidden in a hole at one side..and when it is on ...press in that hole with a sharp object until it restarts. do not try to format it from the computer ..cause this may cause the firmware to be erased and it is more difficult to install the firmware back after hat ...Just use its own program for that from the disk ..or erase the files from the folder manually when needed..
I had the same issue reset the player and continue holding down the reset button. Then turn the power on while still holding the reset button it'll shut back down, but when you turn it back on it should work.
I had the exact same problem, I looked a bit on the net and I found the answer. What you have to do is push the reset button when your archos isn't plugged on. The reset button is located behind the battery ( you'll have to the remove the battery ) near the pins that connects the archos to its battery. It looks like a gold circle and if you push it you'll see it's a button. After pushing the reset button try to put the battery on back again and replug your archos, it should work normally now. Good luck !
1. There's no reset button.
2. Try removing the battery and keep pressing the power button for 1 minute. This is supposed to turn off the power. The other simple shut down is rather described to be a standby mode.
Hope that helps.
It seems like your E250R is experiencing a temporary system error due to a corrupted song, and needs to be reset.
Try to "Soft Reset" your player, press and hold the "Menu" button until the LCD light and scroll wheel light turn off.
Since the player was probably left on for more than 7 hours (as you indicated), you would need to re-charge the player before proceeding further. Charge it for at least 2-3 hours.
Next, try to format the player to rid of any corruption then re-transfer the songs. If you have subscription songs, then I would suggest to delete the song you last played which caused the error.
I hope this helps. There is another solution for the player, but for now this might actually resolve the issue. Let me know the results. :)