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Copy, rename files which has same filename

I have transcent t-sonic 820 mp3 player. After the recording i have some 10 wav files which has saved mentioning the same filename. Now i couldnt copy those files seperately. If i do that i am able to copy only one file, not all. Kindly help me

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  • sailaxmi Jan 31, 2009

    as i have 3 three different files 0404m000.wav, 0404m000.wav, 0404m000wav respectively. These files are recorded and saved through TSONIC 820 ipod come mp3 player. Those three have different recordings. When i try to copy those files to a CD or to drive it is getting saved as single file and other two are not copied and same thing happens when i rename or compress file. How do get everything copied or renamed.

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    Fadil Khan May 11, 2010

    Can you explain exactly what you want to do and what are your problems....

    Thanks...


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Ok. Try Renaming these files as 1.wav, 2.wav and so on....

Then try doing what you want to do with them.....

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