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Given that defragmentation is not possible and wav file creation is not an option due to hdd full warning,I can't save songs. I'm looking at loosing years of irreplaceable work. Please help.

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In that case, you can create a disk image backup or a file backup firstly and release some free space to solve the full warning problem. Here is a guide for you.
http://www.backup-utility.com/articles/backup-files-to-external-hard-drive-1203.html

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I suggest getting a flash drive for a quick transfer of files to that so you can clear up space or getting an external hard drive to use as mass storage theres also using an online backup such as onedrive dropbox etc

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    Thank you for instilling some hope. Will the mr8 continue with the hdd full warning? Or will it allow me to transfer files,as you suggested? I suspect the mr8 requires unattainable WAV files.

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