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Transfer recording from tape recorder to computer

I have a SONY IC Recorder ICD-R100 and wish to transfer a recording on it to my laptop Toshiba satellite 1415-S173. I need a special driver for that which I can't find. How can I transfer a voice conversation to my computer? Could I transfer the audio from the Headphone jack on the recorder to my computer in some way?

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Use a cable running from the headphone jack on the recorder into your PC microphone jack. Then you can capture the audio using Windows MovieMaker software that comes with Windows XP. I have done this and it worked perfectly.

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