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Re: recording a phone call to a hard disk
This question has too many variables to answer completely. How many lines? How many calls? What's your budget? Do the other people know you're recording and is it legal in your area?
About $250 gets you a 2-line recorder that uses your USB port and includes all software. About $55 gets you a single line interface that uses the MIC or LINE input of a sound card, and my favorite software Total Recorder will record all the sounds you hear.
A search engine will find you "USB telephone recorders" where you can find surveilance and recording devices for a small or large budget. One even claums to record remotely via internet!
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Unfortunately, your TV does not have any hard-disk recording facilities built in. The reason for the "Record" option in the menu is that some other LG TVs share common hardware and software with your TV. This means they all have the same menu options but on some TVs certain options have no function or are disabled, e.g. the "Record" option on your TV.
If you want to record TV programmes, you will need to buy an external device with hard-disk recording facilities.
Goto the system properties>Hardware>Device Manager>Disk Drives
and double click on that hard disk name.
Then goto the policies tab and mark the checkbox of "Enable right caching on the disk."
If it is already selected then it means that there is a problem in your hard disk, either you purchase another hard disk or replace it or check it in another system.
The EverFocus EDSR Security DVRs use standard PC Parallel (PATA) hard drives. I have used ATA100 and ATA133 speeds with no problems. There are no PC-type settings required except as below. The DVR has it's own internal firmware and will format the drive to its requirements.
If you are using a SINGLE drive tray, the largest hard drive I know will work is 500 GB. Set the drive to Master and you are done with the hardware setup. (CS Select would also probably work.)
If you are using BOTH drive trays, the largest hard drive EverFocus says will work on the EDSR100 or EDSR110 is 320 GB. Set both drives to Master and you are done with the hardware setup. (CS-Select on both would also probably work.)
Do NOT set any drive to Slave!
Lock the drive trays; if you don't the DVR will not go into record.
Press the STOP key and then press the MENU button. Go into the SYSTEM menu and do a DISK RENEW. This will erase the hard drive and also prepare it for DVR recording.
Do this by using ► or ◄ to select DISK RENEW. Change NO to YES (by using ▼ or ▲) and press the ENTER button. Highlight YES again by using ► or ◄ and again press the ENTER button.
Press the MENU button to exit and reboot the DVR. Then press RECord and you should be recording.
under tools there is a record option. erase all things that have been recorded. the button on the top screen on the right hand side allows you to record phone calls. You have probably been hitting it on accident and recording calls and such. Let me know if this works.
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DV-PC Recorder is a Windows XP only application that enables you to record images and sound on the tape in the camcorder and on the computer's hard disk by connecting a camcorder equipped with the DV CONTROL function to a computer using an IEEE1394 (DV) cable.
DV-PC Recorder has the following features.
1. You can record movies simultaneously on your computer's hard disk and on the tape by pressing the start/stop button on the camcorder.
2. It enables long, continuous recordings, which you cannot achieve with the tape alone.
(Approximately four and a half hour's worth of recording will fit on a 60GB hard disk.)
3. You can start editing the movies on the computer right after recording, as the images and sound are saved on the computer's hard disk.
(Optional editing software is required to edit movies)
4. You can record movies on the tape in the camcorder and on the computer's hard disk by controlling the DV-PC Recorder from your computer.