got the same fuckin' problem with mine .
my Gf got one too and is stuck with the same problem.
we think we may have exposed our devices to one overcharge.
kinda forget it plugged to the pc for a few hours...
says full when we connect it to the pc (mine). but stays off when i retire it from the usb connection.
My gf's: won't recognise it anymore on our owns computers...
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Good morning, afternoon, evening or night; whatever time of day you are reading this solution post. Thank you for choosing FixYa to assist you with your problem. Your Sony Walkman Bean NW-E305 (512 MB) MP3 Player won't charge properly? Well Danish, we must use a method called troubeshooting to figure out and solve this situation. There are several reasons why this player may not be charging properly. The cause is either coming from the battery inside of your MP3 Player, a bad or faulty USB cable connection, or something (software) isn't installed correctly. Let's look at the first cause- The battery. The battery life may be gone. If it is, you will need to replace it if possible. Your device takes a
if it happens with one single song it's because the file type is not formatted, you'll need to convert it (try mp3 :)
if it happens with all of your songs first try checking their type
if it's okay, try formatting your walkman and putting new songs
What you can try doing is to uninstall the driver that the computer has installed for it. To do this, right click on My Computer/Computer (depending on your OS it has different names) click properties, and then manage. Once that opens, on the left menu, select Device Manager. From there, plug in your MP3 player, double click to get to its properties, and then uninstall it. restart your computer, and hopefully that should fix it so you can get into it and format it. If you have any problems, repost and i can try helping you more.
I erased some important files on my Bean and now can't perform the format through the device can somebody send me a copy of the files off of their bean so I can see if that will let me format My model is the nw-e307