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Make sure that the hold/lock switch isn't engaged, and make sure it has been plugged into the computer for 3-4 hours to fully charge.
If it still won't work, run a Repair in the Philips Device Manager.
I was having the same problem with my Sansa e250. My wife has the e200, and we didn't have any problems with that. I saw that someone on here suggested to lock the mp3 player with the tiny metal switch on top, so I did, and the battery charging icon on the bottom of the screen came on and stayed on, and the mp3 player worked. thanks! Because of this I would suggest checking to see if it's locked or unlocked and then change it to charge it.
r u pluging it into the computer or you can use an x-box 360 if you buttons freze it's just that it's been on for a while and need to cool down once you put in it in the computer (the use of charging) it should go back to normal mine was doing that yesterday