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First make sure the battery has some charge by using a wall plugin. Then try resetting it by holding down the power button and home/middle button at the same time until it turns off. It should automatically start back up again.
I had the same issue reset the player and continue holding down the reset button. Then turn the power on while still holding the reset button it'll shut back down, but when you turn it back on it should work.
Check the orange "Hold" switch on the left side of the Sansa C150, if you cannot turn on the MP3 player or if none of the buttons is working. When the "Hold" switch is up, the buttons are disabled. Slide the "Hold" switch down to activate the buttons again. 2
Press and hold the "Power" button until the LCD screen lights up when turning on the MP3 player. Pressing the button quickly does not turn on the device. The "Power" button is located on the front of the device, under all the other control buttons. 3
Replace the AAA battery, if you cannot power on your MP3 player. To replace the battery, remove the battery cover from the back of the device by pressing in on its tab and pulling it off. Remove the old battery, insert the new battery and replace the cover. One AAA battery provides approximately 15 hours of power for your Sansa C150. 4
Change the backlight settings to conserve battery life. This is useful if you find the battery loses power quickly during normal use of your Sansa C150. To change the backlight settings, choose "Settings" to bring up the "Settings" menu. Select "Display," "Backlight" and then a shorter backlight time. The backlight will shut off after a period of inactivity that matches your backlight setting. 5
Review your music purchases to understand what rights you've purchased to the content, if you are unable to play a track back on your Sansa C150. When you purchase music, it comes with certain rules for how you can store and play it. You may not have paid for the right to transfer the song to a portable media player. 6
Reset the Sansa C150 if it acts erratically or if you have other problems. To reset the device, open the "Settings" menu and choose "Reset All." Choose "Save" to finish restoring the MP3 player to its factory default settings. If you decide not to reset the device during this process, select "Cancel" instead of "Save."
have you tred resetting it to reset the ipod without losing anything hold the home and power buton at the same time or until the ipod turns off then a few sec later youll see the apple logo and your ipod should now be able to sync.
I once had a similar issue and found that the switch had to be on. If yours has a switch as well as a button to power on you should check it. If it won't even turn on to play stuff or anything you might try checking the battery. Lithium ion batteries have several built in safety features that disable the battery if it gets too hot or gets overcharged, or even if it runs completely dead. It has a built in power monitor that can run the last bit of power out and that can also disable the battery. Ideally li-ion batteries should be stored with 40 to 60 percent charge and kept refrigerated to maximize their life span. At room temperature they lose about 20 percent capacity per year. If all else fails you could try running a virus scan, unlikely though.
Mine did the same thing. What I did, and it worked well for me, was I went down the menu until the Settings, then clicked that and went down until the Power Off section. I clicked that and went to Sleep Time, and held the right button down until it was set to 240 (I think that's what the highest # is). That keeps it playing for 240 minutes, after which it automatically shuts down to save power. You have to reset this every time you turn the mp4 player back on.
plug in your iPod touch then close itune and hold the power and home button until the logo (apple) appears the let go of the power button but keep holding onto the home button until an itune sign appear then push restore on you itunes...........