I have done this once, with the live help of someone from Olympus who was able to do it with me by watching my screen remotely, but can't for the life of me remember how he did it even though I tried to make notes as he went along. I have downloaded free software to convert WMA to WAV and spent several frustrating hours trying to do it again but to no avail. Please could someone give me clear instructions. I'm afraid the book of insctructions is not clear. Thank you!
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if you know where the files are just put a blanck cd inth your disc drive oppen my computer and drag and drop the files into the icom for the blanck cd then dubble click on the cd icon and on the left hand side of the window it should have an option "write files th cd" click on that and a wizard should oppen its esay from then on
Unfortunately this recorder is designed with flash memory and once you erase a file it is gone. There may be some companies (olympus is not one of them) that specialize in flash memory recovery but it is a very costly process and involves you sending the recorder to them to perform this operation.
You can go to google and search for flash memory recovery specialists.
First things first: DO NOT take any more videos or audio with the recorder that you want to recover files from in case you may quite possibly ruin your chances of voice memo file recovery.
Then connect your device to a PC, and have a try of Photo Recovery (also recover audio, voice memos, video files etc), a data recovery program which is good at recovering media files lost. If you are Mac OS X users, turn to Data Recovery for Mac.
Lastly, I hope you good luck. Again you should remember - the more you use your recorder, the less likely you may be able to recover the deleted files back! So STOP using the device ASAP. Regards
I don't think the serial number is required to install the software. I didn't see DS-30 information on the Olympus website. DS-40 was the closest one. No information was availbable regarding serial numbers.
I have a VN-4100PC and don't recall being asked for a serial number. The software is the same thing for all Olympus players.