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Not used the DS-2300, but if the design is anything like as sensible as the one on my old WS-200 (and Olympus are usually pretty good about this sort of thing), you may not need any sort of disk at all.
Try plugging the device into a USB port on your laptop (the DS-2300 should come with a USB cable). Let it settle for a couple of minutes, then open "My Computer".
With any luck, the DS2300 should appear there as a new removable disk drive, from which you can copy the files onto your hard drive, or listen to them using (eg) Windows Media Player.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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