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Voice recording to computer

Would like to tranfer voice recording to my desktop

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Re: voice recording to computer

The RCA5030 comes with a USB cable. You'll need to connect the voice recorder using that that cable to your computer and you should see the recorder appear as another drive on the computer from which you can copy files to and from. The files will be in mp3 format.

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I can't find the drivers for my Olympus Digital voice recorder VN-2000PC. What can I do? I can't tranfers my audio files to my PC.

Do you need the software/drivers for the VN-2000PC or the VN-2100PC? The software for the VN-2100PC is available here: . Select your OS and you'll find the software.

The VN-2000PC doesn't connect to the computer via a USB port. To transfer your files to a computer, connect the earphone jack to the line In (blue) jack of the computer with a 3.5mm to 3.5 mm audio patch cable. Use a program like Audacity to record the audio track during playback. Make sure to set the Audio input to Line In. (In Windows 7, click Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound. Under Sound, click Manage Audio Devices. Then select the Recording tab and set the input device.) Then set the recording device in the software as well. Click the Record button in the software and then start the play back on your VN-2000PC. You should see a flat line for a bit then see a wave form start. If the line stays flat, you haven't set the Line In device properly.

I hope this helps.

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Sep 01, 2012 | Olympus VN-2100PC Digital Voice Recorder

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I have a RCA Vr5220A. How can I tranfer recording from my RCA to windows media on my computer so that I can download ot a disk?

Hi therockofsal,

It is not necessary to use windows media player to transfer your Recordings, just plug in your device into your computer and go into " My Computer " and there you should be able to go into your device and play or put your files into the CD.

The RCA Vr5220A should come with a manual and have instructions on how to do that.

I hope this helps.

Mar 28, 2011 | RCA VR5220 Digital Voice Recorder

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I recorded meeting minutes to my digital OLYMPUS VN-480 PC voice recorder and want to transfer the recording on it to my Dell Inspirion/1100 laptop. Could I transfer the audio from the headphone jack to...


yes, it is possible. You will connect the earphone jack from your voice recorder to Mic of your laptop. Then you will be needing a wave software on your laptop, download the wave software from the internet, open the wave file, then press play on your voice recorder and the minutes will be recorded into your laptop as a wave files.

But the easiest method of tranferring the minutes is by using the usb cable of your OLYMPUS VN-480 PC voice recorder. If you don't have it you can purchase it, then connect it from your OLYMPUS VN-480 PC voice recorder to the usb of your computer and it will be read like a flash drive.

After that, go to my computer and you will see a drive representing the OLYMPUS VN-480 PC voice recorder, open the drive and you will see your minutes, then simply create a folder on your computer, and copy, paste the minutes into the created folder. And the would be all.

God luck.

Oct 11, 2010 | Sony ICD-B200 Digital Voice Recorder

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Can't tranfer record to notebook

What is the notbook running ( OS 7 ??)...the handheld should be detected as a removable drive if its not then you may need to download the software upgrades they are available at

Aug 23, 2010 | Olympus VN-3100PC Digital Voice Recorder

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How do i transfer my voice files from my vr5220 digital voice manager to a cd or to my windows media player so i can burn it to a cd?


The link below will take you through tranfering files to your player but in your case you would be tranfering the files back to your computer.

Let me know if you have have any more problems or questions


Jul 03, 2010 | RCA RP5012 Digital Voice Recorder

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Tranfer recording from computer to digital wave player

Unfortunately this is something that can not be done with this model. Since the computer does not see this as a removable disk drive it is not possible to write data back to it. The only thing you are able to do is to record files and download only. It does not have any upload capability.

Mar 24, 2009 | Olympus VN-2100PC Digital Voice Recorder

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Need driver: Windows for Olympus digital voice recorder VN-120PC

igital Wave Player (2.0):
After unzipping the file, click on the SETUP.EXE file to begin installation.
Download update:
Download update 2.1.3:
Do not have recorder connected until all software installed and then reboot computer. Once computer rebooted then connect the recorder.

Mar 22, 2009 | Olympus VN-120 Digital Voice Recorder

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I can' t tranfer my files from the recorder to pc.

Did you install the Olympus software? If not, go to my computer and look for a removable disc drive. Browse that drive to copy your files.

Nov 23, 2008 | Olympus VN-3100PC Digital Voice Recorder

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Digital Wave Player is installed on Office XP

make sure there driver has been installed by checking out device manager on your computer... may just need to update driver

Sep 05, 2008 | Olympus VN-2100PC Digital Voice Recorder

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