Ok, i plugged my mp3 player in the computer to charge up over the night. when i came back and unplugged it safely, it turned off and i tried to turn it back on but it wont cooperate. i've held the button as long as i can, but it still wont turn on. i dont think i have a dead battery though because it turns on when i plug it into the computer. please, someone help me!!
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You should have kept on using it at random. Keeping it away could always make the electronics age in time. Kindly try to put the sansa on charge for more hours, keep it on for some time extra. if there is no memory on the device and since there was not many songs, kindly format the device to clear off any virus that would have loggged in.there after reload and check/ OK.
If you are saying that you had it plugged into a computer, and the first time you used safely remove hardware, and the next time you did not.
Then the device was in the read state and is stuck, you can remove the battery, then put it back in, then turn off the computer, turn on the player (if it is not working ) plug it into the computer with it turned on, and start the computer, after the computer has loaded windows, check to see if the devise is listed under my computer, if it is try the safely remove hardware and see if it works now.
it does not seems to charge / or turn ON either from the computer or when plugged to an electrical outlet to the wall. Red light is still ON after the whole night . What's wrong ?? Can you please HELP - CODY STELLER MINE IS A 4 GIGA BITE MP4 PLEASE HELP ONLY
the solution to this is to unplug the batery from the player itself. you have to open it by taking a jewellers screwdirver, pry out the rubber cover from the back. it is the only one that is on the battery cover. after doing so it will reveal a philipps head screwdriver. simply unscrew it and unplug. be very careful and pry the sides of the battery cover slowly sliding and prying downwards.. unplug and plug back in again.
the solution to the other problem here is that you guys and gals are unplugging the player prematurely meaning. You just simply unplug it from the your computer w/o safely removing your hardware. by doing this straight unplugging from the pc, yu are corrupting the hard drive on your usb and eventually end up breaking it.
After leaving it on all night and running the battery down I plugged it back in, it charged and everything is working fine. The morale of this story is, don't unplug it from the computer while it is in use.