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Re: how does one move the files one records from the...
To email recordings from your computer that are stored in Digital Wave Player: 1) Go to your email program and open to compose a new email 2) Click on Attach 3) Your images in Digital Wave Player by default are stored on your C drive in the following directory path: C:\Documents and Settings\folder with your user name\My Documents\Digital Wave Player\Message\then folders that show Folder A, Folder B, Folder C and Folder D 3) Select the folder that has the file you want to attach to email 4) click attach and then complete the email and hit send
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You could have a virus but, I've noticed a lot lately of having to re-install about everything, software and drivers. The "bad file format", tells me the software that handles those types of files isn't operating right or on the computer, possibly. The USB device that you have could had the USB port conflict with an update or some other software. My Ti 89 won't even connect until one time, I put it into a USB port that I never use and it started working correctly. My video card, I make operate with out updates because, I can only make it work with an older version. You really have to keep up on this stuff or you start having problems. Then when you can't seem to keep up with it, you know you might have a virus. Hope this helps.
well, i resolved this myself by going to the sub-menu, and formatting
the recorder to its original state. thankfully, i backed up the files
on my computer first, so i didn't lose any data, although i did have to
go in and re-set all my preferences on the recorder.
lesson: don't MOVE files from recorder to computer. copy them instead,
and do the actual erasing from the physical recorder itself. i don't know if this was the most elegant solution, but at least it did get my recorder up and running again. i'd love to hear if there is a better resolution out there.
If you press and hold down the "menu" button scroll down to the FORMAT selection and press enter. This will reformat the device.
I had the same problem - I think it arose after disconnecting the IC Recorder when it became unresponsive with the computer.
Make sure you transfer all your files first to a computer or back up source.
Version 4.04 of the software has a utility to convert to .VOC files to .WAV or even .EXE. (Are there really folks who would prefer to receive an .EXE file in email?)
I've read in several reviews that you can save .VOC files as .MP3 files using the provided software, but either this feature is no longer available, or the reviewers were mistaken.
You can convert .WAV files to .MP3 files simply. You may find one such converter for free on C|NET at: http://www.download.com/WAV-to-MP3-Encoder/3000-2140_4-10060500.html
A 5 minute google search (wav to mp3 freeware) revealed 3 absolutely free utilities which will do this. I, too, wish mp3 support was native with this product, but I can live with using these utilities.