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I have a Denpa vt-50. The memory got completely filled. I deleted all files but it still shows the memory is full. As a result, it will not record. It says 0 space is available. Can you please help me? I love this recorder but can no longer use it!

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    zedp73 Apr 30, 2012

    Hi, I know this is a few years past due but I just had the same problem. I moved from using a PC to using a Mac and then all of a sudden the audio recording stopped as it said the disk was full. I'd deleted all the files from the folders and yet it was still saying the disk was full. I took it over to a PC, ensured that I enabled hidden files to be seen in Folder Options, and sure enough there was a hidden folder called ".Trashes" that contained copies of all the recordings I thought I had deleted. I deleted this folder and now the recorder has almost full memory again and the recorder works like it did before.
    Hope this helps.

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Go to File/Memory menu (the folder picture), and check that Lock function is not on.

Note: on this unit you cannot delete the whole memory using the recorder, but only delete the single files.
To empty the mass storage you need to connect to a computer. The unit will be seen as an external disk in Windows.

Connect the unit to a computer and delete all files.

Check also manual here.

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