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Most digital voice recorders, have a filing system. It is usaully labeled either: A, B, C, D or 1, 2, 3, 4 (these are the main folders) and each of these folders contains a set amount of files (in most cases about 99 subfolders). So you can have folder A file 1, 2, 3 and so on... When pressing the RECORD button for the first time you are in one of the main folders and your recording gets a sub folder number. To continue recording where you left off last time or where 'stopped' use the PAUSE and not the STOP function. The moment you press STOP instead of PAUSE you will change the sub folder number - and therefore not have one continous recording. If you turn the power off or remove the batteries you will also change the sub folder number. Most of the better recorders have a voice activation function that places the recorder on pause automatically when there are no sounds. It will not change the sub folder number when it starts recording again - and will automatically pick up where it left off.
I was using my voice Digital Recorder VN-6200PC. I was recording a my lesson when the screen shows formatting, I immediately took out the battery as not to lose any data, because I was taping and it began to format and I lose the data I was recording. So this time I remove the battery. However when I put back the battery it began to say imput blocked. Please help?
If you remember what file name was given to that file, then use Windows Search option and locate that file any where in computer.
Please don't mention file extension, just put file name in search box.
Hope this trick will work.
In the program folders of your computer is a folder called Olympus. In that folder, there are four folders for audio files. They correspond to the audio folders you have on you voice recorder. Each file is save with a time a date stamped file name. The files should be saved as wavetable file or wav. These files can be played using windows media player and can be emailed under most cases as well provided the file size for the attachment is acceptable to the recipients e-mail address.
Usually what I have to do is link the folders using ITues. Then files can be synched and converted to mpeg3. That way if someone wants to listen to them on an Ipod or any other mp3 player there easy to transport.
The easiest way to correct that is to uninstall and reinstall the DSS player software. Before you go so far though, open DSS Player and go to Tools then Options and make sure the Auto download option is checked. If the option is checked but not working just uninstall and reinstall to reset the drive associations.
sorry it sounds like the folder may be lost forever.once you pressed the record button, the recorder knew it as a new recording in that folder.look at it like a answering machine going out message. if you made a mistake,and you wanted to record a new message,the old message would be erased.if your folder was on a cassette recorder, you would have only erased those few seconds.