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I think holding down menu and the record button at the same time should fix it. I read the best solution and it just turned on. I was having the same problem, mine would not turn on either but just try pressing and holding down the record and menu button for about 5 seconds.
Im sorry that that happened... I wouln't know what to do. Personally I would give up, send it back, and get an Ipod...
It seems that you have spent alot of time working on it. Time that could have been spent listening to music.I suppose that if you really bent on having that devise i guess it was worth the time but i dont think that something like that should require a lot of work. If there is one thing for sure that it know is that you want to have all that music (or whatever you have on it) backed up on a seperate drive cause stuff like that might be a sign of the devise breaking down so be ready if one day it just doesn't work...
I had the excact same thing just turn it on and let the battery run all the way down, then all you have to do is charge it. If this does not work make sure you are running the battery all the way down. Trust me this works.