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The first thing to do is try a different, fully charged, battery - one of things that can cause that flashing LED is if the battery is really flat. If you don't have access to a spare battery, then try plugging in the charger and see if that LED comes on solid - then leave it for an hour or so.
If that doesn't work, the next thing to do is download the Sony Ericsson Update Service client from the SE website and try and do a firmware upgrade - if it says you already have the latest firmware, just select "Update anyway" - this will delete all the content in the phone (but not the memory card), however.
If you can't get SEUS to connect when you plug in the phone holding the "C" key, then try plugging in while holding down "2" and "5" and see if that works.