You can either use the "Digital Voice Manager" (loaded from the recorder when you first plugged it into a USB Port... OR, when you brought up the files in the recorder, clicked on the folder with setup). Or, if you just want to clean out everything from all four (A-B-C-D) folders, you can format the chip. Turn the recorder "on", press and hold "erase" until it flashes, press and hold "record" until it flashes "format", and press and hold "erase". "WAIT" will show on the screen until the chip is formatted, and you now have a clean chip - 128 meg or thereabouts.
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1.Press the FOLDER button to choosea folder. Every time the FOLDER button is pressed, itcycles through folders and the List display willappear (+P20). 2Press the + or–button to choosethe file you want to erase.
3Press the ERASE button.The “Cancel” indicator flashes.
4Press the + button to choose“Erase”.
5Press the OK button.The display changes to “File Erase!” anderasing will start.“Erase Done” is displayed when the file iserased. File numbers will be reassignedautomatically
The recorder should be formatted only by using the internal FORMAT function found in the recorder's Menu. Using a computer to format the recorder may corrupt or delete system files needed to run the recorder, so formatting via the computer is not recommended.
Individual files can be deleted from the recorder while it is connected to a computer without negative effects.
well, i resolved this myself by going to the sub-menu, and formatting
the recorder to its original state. thankfully, i backed up the files
on my computer first, so i didn't lose any data, although i did have to
go in and re-set all my preferences on the recorder.
lesson: don't MOVE files from recorder to computer. copy them instead,
and do the actual erasing from the physical recorder itself. i don't know if this was the most elegant solution, but at least it did get my recorder up and running again. i'd love to hear if there is a better resolution out there.
The erase button is on the right hand side of the recorder. When you are on the message that you want to delete, then hold the erase button down. The message will start to play and an erase message will flash. Push the erase button down again and it will delete the message. Continue to do this for each message until you have the desireable amount of free space.
To select your message to erase depress REC/STOP button. Then "scroll" thru recordings by using the "rocker" style switch on the upper right side of recorder labeled INDEX. When you have the recording on the LCD display you wish to erase, depress the ERASE button for more than a second and release when the display starts blinking "ERASE" - then depress the ERASE button again and the recording will be erased. Do the same for each numbered recording to fully erase all recordings.
Solution for this problem is to Format the recorder. Step 1 is to turn on unit. Step 2 Press Erase " Delete will flash on the display. Step 3 Press and hold Rec for 3 seconds "Format" will flash on the display. Step 4 Press and hold Erase, the completed percentage will show on the display (formatting is now in progress). Step 5 After formatting is completed the remaining time will show on the display. You should now be able to record. Make sure that you hold the ERASE button in step 4 until Formatting shows 100% complete.
have you tried formatting it? press erase till it flashes delete, then press and hold record for 3 seconds till it says Format, then press and hold erase till it says wait..it should fix it if that's the problem