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Your battery is most likely dead to the point where it can no longer hold a charge, which is the reason that when you unplug it from the computer, it dies instanly. Batteries are pretty cheap going up to about as high as $25 and if you get it done at a ipod place, installation should not be that much.
It probably hangs on you, right? I get that problem on my silver 3rd gen nano when i jog. What i do is press the menu button and the middle circle button at the same time, and it'll restart the whole thing. Make sure you unlock it (bottom next to charger port, make sure it's white, not red) first. You'll see the apple screen as it starts back up and it'll go to the main menu. I run a lot so maybe it got jarred or something on mine. I hope that's all it is, or it might be a static problem. That I'm not helpful with. :| Good luck.
OH and it won't delete your songs so no worries on that.
Connect the ipod to your computer and let it sit for about fifteen minutes. Then it should show up in your computer and under itunes. Usually, if your ipod dies completely, when you try to charge it using a wall or car charger, it will do that, just flashing the apple logo and going back off. Leaving it plugged up to the computer will allow the battery to charge normally, just enough so that it can come on and sync with itunes. While it is plugged into the computer and charging, it should say something like, battery very low, wait few minutes, charging. It should work after letting it sit plugged up to the computer.
Hello Kawase, I would suggest you try charging the unit this one time by connecting it to the computer. I suspect that the charger may be defective if plugging the wall charger into the iPod has no effect on the low battery warning. If the iPod is able to be charged from the USB port on your computer that would tend to confirm that the charger is not working. If the iPod does not charge when connected to either the computer or the wall charger then you may very well have a another defective iPod. Best Regards Ken "Go Ahead. Use Us."