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Re: need to read masterlink ml-9600 hard drive
U can connect ur harddrive to a system and then click start on the system main page and then click search option and enter the data keywords you want to search.it will scan whole hard drive and tell you the location wher u have stored those playlists.
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Connect audio source to audio input. Switch on, select playlist. Create new track in playlist, select analogue or digital input according to what you have connected, and press 'record' to verify source connected (shows on VU meters). Press play to start recording
Look at all the tracks in the playlist that you're trying to burn to CD - is there a track that you've perhaps forgotten about still in the playlist, one of less than 5 seconds? When you press Create CD, you're telling the Alesis to create a CD from the WHOLE of the current playlist, not just the track you recorded most recently ...
Have you thought the posibillity that the track is too short so there is plenty of remaing "time"to write to the disk? Try putting some more tracks in the recording line. Don't forget that the mean time for recording on audio cd is about 74 minutes (or 99 tracks, whatever comes first).
Try this and in case of a problem or clarification, don't hesitate to post.
Thanks and regards Please kindly rate this solution Stelios
I realise this problem is years old, but for the benefit of anyone with the same problem -
It depends on whether the track has been deleted from a Playlist, or from the Track Storage Area itself. If it's only been deleted from a Playlist, it will still be on the machine
Scroll beyond the end of any playlist, and you'll find the stored tracks. It's only possible to delete a track permanently by going through a 'This will permanently delete the track. Are you SURE?' prompt, so you can't say you weren't warned....
To delete a Track from a playlist, you must currently have that Track selected in the display. Pressing the DEL TRACK button will cause a confirm delete page to be displayed,where "Song 01" is the name of the Track to be deleted. Pressing UP/YES will remove that Track from the playlist, moving the next Track in the playlist in its place. Pressing DOWN/NO will cancel the operation and return the unit to its previous state.
NOTE: Deleting a Track from a playlist does not delete the audio samples from the hard disk. The audio remains on the disk in an "Audio File"