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I cannot get dragon naturally speaking to work on messages.

In XP, Dragon Naturally speaking does not seem to see the Sony ICD-sx68 file in the Sony translation menu. I am tryin g to train the DNS to my voice on the recorder, and the DNS New user Wizard stops after I highlight the file one, message in the Sony Voice Editor Editor menu. I cannot brouse the sony file name into the DNS box for identifying the source to be heard for training.

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This may be because the file is in the wrong format, tell me what format the recorder file is, it may need to be converted.

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