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I am not real sure about the Sony Walkman but most of the MP3's I have owned have a pinhole that can be used to reset your player, If yours has the pinhole you can take a small needle and put it in and it will reset it, I have had to do it because of a corrupt file was causing me problems and the reset repaired the problem. Also have you looked in your history folder on your computer for the website you are searching for?
What I would recommend you to do is to format the device...Keep in mind that formatting the device will delete everything you have in that device....if that doesnt work...go to the sandisk website and download a firmware upgrade for your device...I am sure that will take care of the problem you are having... Thank you Computerrep
Get the firmware upgrade from the Samsung website: http://www.samsung.com/us/support/download/supportDown.do?group=audiovideo&type=mp3players&subtype=flashmemory&model_nm=YP-U3JQPY&language=&cate_type=all&dType=D&mType=FM&vType=L&prd_ia_cd=03040200&disp_nm=YP-U3JQPY
But, it sounds like the USB interface on your computer is diverting all of the power to the USB port, and away from the mouse/keyboard slots - you may need to contact your pc manufacturer on that one.
push in the middle select button and hold it in. as you are holding it in push the menu/power button and hold it in. you should have to hold them both for about 10 sec. or so then the screen black out and you can release it. that should work. it happened to me once and thats how i unfroze it