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Most digital voice recorders, have a filing system. It is usaully labeled either: A, B, C, D or 1, 2, 3, 4 (these are the main folders) and each of these folders contains a set amount of files (in most cases about 99 subfolders). So you can have folder A file 1, 2, 3 and so on... When pressing the RECORD button for the first time you are in one of the main folders and your recording gets a sub folder number. To continue recording where you left off last time or where 'stopped' use the PAUSE and not the STOP function. The moment you press STOP instead of PAUSE you will change the sub folder number - and therefore not have one continous recording. If you turn the power off or remove the batteries you will also change the sub folder number. Most of the better recorders have a voice activation function that places the recorder on pause automatically when there are no sounds. It will not change the sub folder number when it starts recording again - and will automatically pick up where it left off.
Hi jollycay there is something else you can look at, youwant to press the Menu button and then press the numbers 6-1-3. It will takeyou to System Info 1, you will need to see if field F is green and if so I do apologizefor the loss of the recordings due to we have no way of recovering them. If thebox is not green please call in so we can take further action.
CHoose the menu or Dial the menu to someking MOVIE ICON usually like a box with 2 circle above it (represent the movie recorder icon). Then press the shutter to record and press it again to stop. Just make sure your camera's memory (either internal or external) is enough. For other setting like resolution and frame per second (FPS) you may change it on the Menu. The bigger number on FPS meaning the video become more smooth but it take a lot of memory.
if your IDVDR do not allowed you to input any minutes, You need to go back to step number 1 and then click on the pull down arrow and then look and choose Dazzle DVC 100 then go back to step number 4 and then go ahead and click on small circle and put the valid time to record.
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
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.
My record lock is turn off, but every time I press the record stop to stop record it takes me to the password screen where I must enter a password before I can stop the recording....This piece of xxxxx is stink. I hate my Samsung SHR-1040...I cant even talk to Samsung about it.....When I call, they transfer me to India and they dont even know what a DVR is......I told them DVR 10 times, but they keep repeating to me " VCR"