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sansa fuze mp3 players are notoriously pieces of ****. they malfunction randomly, and most of the time, unfortunately, cannot be fixed. i have experienced this first hand. even though it's actually a problem with their software, or the hardware in it. my advice is seek third party repair help.
Have you downloaded the latest drivers? Have you gone into control panel and device manager, and make sure the device is enabled and allowed through your firewall? Do you have the software downloaded for it? You can also go to my computer, and find sansa drive folder which you can go to and check the properties to make sure device is NOT set to read or write only.
I have sansa clip which i believe behave the same it never says charging it always says connected but that does not mean it is not charging .
leave your sansa connected for a while and then see if the battery meter has changed .
hope it helps
Mine did the exact same thing, (Even the going to bed thing) I'm glad you posted your question. Incidentally enough after trying to turn-off and on for ten minutes, I pressed all the buttons a whole bunch to show it my frustration.....then it worked. (?) I don't know why, but I think that the computer going into hibernation or shutting off affected it.
If you just bought it, By all means return it! Otherwise call sansa tech support. The're rather good for tech suppport people. If you bought an extended warranty, the place you bought it from should replace/repair it and you troubles will be over!