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MR16 Hard Drive Full

I have a Fostex MR16. My hard drive is full. It will not let me record anything. There was a post on musicians friend that said the same thing. Any ideas?

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Let me check the specs on it. Where abouts are you located?

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

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SOURCE: my MR16 says HDD full-

I had the same problem. After some reasarch I found out that even if you erase a song the data is still on the recorder in "hidden files".

What you have to do is download the WAV manager software from Fostex.com, then copy all your files to your PC, reformat the hardrive on the Fostex, and copy the song files back on to the Fostex form your PC.

I know it's a pain in the ****, but I guess that's one reason this thing was so inexpensive.
I still am very happy with mine, but after 3 years of constant use in my case, some type of maintenence can be expected to happen.

Posted on Apr 12, 2011

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