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Try reflashing the firmware for your device you can find the latest firmware and flashing utilities from the manufacturers website. Make sure that you back your music up first because when you do this you are setting it back to factory settings.
Itmaybe a battery problem...if you think its not a battery problem,you may want to try a software upgrade/restore...if your software version is already the latest one,backup all the ipod contents before you restore...you will find the restore option in the summary tab in itunes.
I know this is only part of the solution: - turn off your sansa clip - put the slide button on hold - press the centered button while connecting the sansa clip to your pc the sansa clip will now be visible as a removable disk under 'my computer' :-)
if you are trying to use it while it's pluged in, it might not work because some mp4s and mp3s dont work while they're charging. but the zodiac mp4 should run while it's plugged in... if it's not turning on at all while it's unpluged, maybe try to plug it in for an hour or two and if its still not turning on or if its showing no signs that it was charged, i would try maybe getting a new battery or contacting the company
Use a small papaerclip, pin, or other device and insert it into the reset hole until the GoGear shuts off. You may have to download the more recent version of the software for the device at www.usasupport.philips.com even after doing the reset.