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Ok, so I just recently had this same problem. I m not gonna lie, I dropped mine and only the back light came on. but, I did a hard reset which is back key, and up key at the same time. then it wouldnt even play music. So I attached it to my laptop to let it sync with my zune. then I charged it. And put it in "deep sleep mode" which is back button and down on the directional pad. after that i turned it on, and started hitting some random keys. And now it works, except I dont know what song is playing till i hear. But it will buy me time at least. best of luck.
It could be the motherboard that is giving you a hard time. it is hard to tell you what it is since i can't see it. Find a place or send it to my company so that we can see what is wrong with it. By the way, if it is under warranty, send it back.
If you reformated the mp3 player's hard drive, the problem probably is that it can't find it's firmware which is supposed to be located on it's hard drive. To fix this, simply copy the GBSYSTEM folder located (usually) in C:\Program Files\TOSHIBA\gigabeat room 2.0.2 to your mp3 player's root.