Recordings... is there a way to put them back on??
I recently downloaded my recordings off my MP3 to my computer. While I was in the MP3 file (Thanks to PauPaul!) and I thought I would rename the files so that I could find them easier. Now they won't play and I tried copying the original files back to the MP3 and it work. Are they permanently deleted?
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How do I remove recordings, I have tried by first connecting the H10 to my computer but when i initializes windows only allow me to synch, i also cannot see the Recording files in the library ,all I am seeinf arerecordings within the last 30 days?
on Windows XP, you will need to convert those files into 16bit cd audio quality. You can do this thru Sound Recorder on the computer. Just make that you change the file name before converting. Open up sound recorder, open up file, save as, convert, then change quality to cd quality then ok. After it is saved in 16 bit format, open Windows Media Player and then burn.
Look in the RECORD folder for your recorded .WAV files. These files may or may not work with Windows Media Player, which can generally be used to burn music files to a CD in the CD audio (CDDA) format or .WMA music data format. Conversion of the wave files into other formats, such as .MP3 is especially difficult since many programs don't recognize the headerless format that Sansa uses for its recorded .WAV files. I had to use JetAudio to convert them.