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I beleive this model of MP3 player are not rechargeable as you require the use of an external battery for it. It takes a AA battery. You may use AA rechargeable battery but you will require a charger for these.
I had a similar problem with a MPMan. It seems the mains charger supplied with it simply does not work. Try charging the player by connnecting it to a USB port of a running computer and leaving it there for several hours. It may then work!
If you couldn't find the firmware, here's a link - http://www.mpmaneurope.com/download.aspx?file_id=205
If the reset procedure suggested in the manual doesn't work, try taking out the battery for a day or two, that should also reset it.
try switching the battery with another one. If it starts up when you connect it to the power cable then the battery or power supply system is at fault.
If you still have a warranty, use it, if not, think how much a repair is worth for you and consult the shop you bought it with, or a similar shop that sells these products.
This firmware updating thingy works gr8 if successfully done, otherwise its a real pain.
What you should do is, look for a Device recovery guide from your device's manufacturer. I had this problem with my Zling U2. And found the recovery utility in the driver CD.There might be one in yours too. Also look for this issue in your User's Manual.