1st will it charge, is there a light on when u plug it in?
i had this same problem but with a different kind of mp3, i waited about 6 hours and it still wouldnt cut on. but the first thing is, u gotta make sure if its recharged, 2nd, i've experienced and i've been told that this mainly happens when you're using vista.
i would say to wait a couple hours after you kept it charge
thats how my mp3 worked
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are you sure you deleted all the songs?I suggest you connect to your pc again ,open the folder where your music is and just try deleting one song.now disconnect and see if the song is still there , actually on the player.It's possible you disconnected before the pc had time to delete everything or that you deleted the files from your pc not the player.Did you get the usual message asking you if you're sure you wanted to delete and did it then show you a progress bar?
Try and drag and drop from your music folder to the media folder on the player make sure usb mode is msc this will show you all the folders Use your windows explorer for the transfer much easier... you can right click on each song and delete
i was having the same prob and trying to find a solution is a pain in the behind..... i decided to look up the manual and guess what i found... the reasoning to this very frustrating question...
The contents transferred in MSC mode will not be seen in the PC with MTP mode selected on your device.
The contents transferred in MTP mode will not be seen in the PC with MSC mode selected on your device.
now the solution step-by-step
1. turn on your player when not connected to your pc
2. press 'm' til you get to the menu
3. go into settings
4. go into advanced
5. this shows the protocol the player is currently using... hit your play/pause button and change it to the other protocol
6. turn off your mp3 player
7. connect to pc
now you can see all those songs you couldn't find and delete before...
i used windows explorer and there were all those songs i supposedly deleted.... i deleted them and guess what? instead of over 200 songs i now only have 77.... works perfectly... give it a try... this should work for everyone with this player...