Question about SanDisk Sansa m230 MP3 Player
Called support at www.sandisk.com and they had me plug it in the computer and tried to transfer it to a folder on my computer. I had it set for auto detect and they told me to switch it to msc while it was on. Well when they did this the voice recordings disappeared on the mp3 player and I got one that said vorcooo1 on it but it is only 2 second long. Now I need to get the recordings back that were on there. I can't find them on my computer or the mp3 player. How would I go about retrieving them? Are they on my computer somewhere? I need them for court and am relying on them. Can someone please let me know what they did so I can get them back if possible.
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Posted on Jan 18, 2009
If the recording were created while the MP3 player was in Auto Detect and the device was NOT FORMATTED, then they are still on the device in the Auto Detect Mode.
Change the device back to Auto Detect, open the device thru My Computer>Device Name (m230)>RECORD Folder.
You can COPY and PASTE these files onto your computer so you can have a backup in case the device dies before your court appearance.
Best of Luck.
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