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This phone easily records conversations. Check in your audio then go to voice recordings. I guarantee you have accidently recorded a conversation and it wiped out your memory. I had this problem and finally figured out what was causing this. Just delete it the recorded conversation and you will be fine!
The recorder should be formatted only by using the internal FORMAT function found in the recorder's Menu. Using a computer to format the recorder may corrupt or delete system files needed to run the recorder, so formatting via the computer is not recommended.
Individual files can be deleted from the recorder while it is connected to a computer without negative effects.
it's either you finalized a disk or your memory stick is full. if possible delete recordings and or photos in your memory stick to enable recording, or put a blank disc..once a disc is finalized it cannot be used to record on the cam but could still be viewed on the cam by selecting the media format,
press and hold the voice recording button (located on the right side of flip up part of screen) the list of recorded things will appear after message that voice is saved, when list appears click Options (left button with - on it located on top of keyboard) and than scroll down and select Delete All than press OK button (located in the middle of cursor buttons)
The DS-2 has a format option in the menu under submenu. After you choose start you will see a progress bar and it should return to full record time. Use on a MAC seems to cause the reduced record time more often than on a PC.