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Olympus WS-100 Handheld Digital Voice Recorder I uploaded all my files onto my mac laptop and deleted them from the recorder. now when I turn on the voice-recorder, the screen says that "no folders are found; please connect to computer." I connected the recorder to my computer but couldn't find anything to fix or adjust.

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Have you tried to go to the menu and format the voice recorder? This should reset the recorder back to its factory default settings. If that does not happen then the recorder may need to be sent for repair as Olympus would have to reimage the device.

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