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How to move the recorded file to computer? my computer identify the product but there is a problem in installation.

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  • Anonymous Jan 26, 2009

    i have the same problem! I can see the files on my player but it won't show up on my computer! What's the point of recording things if I can't even use them in the future!? Someone help!?

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Connect your player to your computer. Go to "my computer" and double click your player. Now go to "recordings" double click on "FM" and drag and drop the files you want to save into another folder (or onto the desktop).

Hope this helps!

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2. Now hold the "Record" button while you connect it to the computer. Keep holding it until it finishes installing the new device.

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