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try pushing the power botton on for ten seconds and then try or hook it back up to you computer for about 30 min and try again .... your battery might not be holding a charge (you might need a new battery)
Is it charged? Leave it connected to the computer while (the computer is on) for atleast 30 mins, it should turn on. (ipod turns on whether it is on low battery or off when it is connected to the computer)
If it doesnt then you need to take it back to the store and claim a replacement device.
Sounds like your battery may be at fault, or if you rely on the usb to charge, then maybe it's not charging it due to power settings on the pc. Try charging from the mains without the player being turned on, for about 20-30 mins. Then turn on and if the problem is still there, then it's the battery.
I had bought a dock for my green ipod mini, and my ipod would be fully charged, and i would use it, and then 5 min. later, the ipod would die.. I figured out that I wasn't using it enough, and it was getting 'over-charged' (as i would put it)
The data in the Sansa m200 device might be corrupted. Formatting the device should solve the issue.
WARNING: Reformatting will erase all data in your player.
STEP 1 - Connect the device to the computer 1. Remove the battery from the player’s battery compartment. 2. Put the hold/lock switch to lock. 3. Plug in your device to the computer.
STEP 2 - Format the device 1. Double-click My Computer. 2. Right-click on the player, which might show up as a Removable Drive, select Format. 3. Click Start. 4. Click OK when a "Format Complete" dialog appears. 5. Click Close.
hold down the reset button for about 1 min then leave it for about 30 seconds. once you have done that try turning it on, if it does not turn on and it is completely dead leave it pluged in to your computer by using the usb cable, leave for about 30 mins it then might start to charge, if it does start to charge leave it till it is fully charged and then it should turn on. if none of that works then i don't know.
I read somewhere that even with a functional lyra, when it displays "battery full", you should keep charging for another hour. This is said to extend battery life and give you an extra 2-3 hours of power.
Either this is perfectly normal, or it indicates that the battery reading tends to be inaccurate. In any case, try leaving it charging even after it gives you the message.
Another thing to consider is, how long has it been in the box?
I'm not sure about lithiums, but most rechargeables I know live longer when used. Live it alone for too long and you shorten it's life.
Could be good to get a second opinion on this battery thing though.
If there's a warranty, don't let it waste.