We seem to have problems with out sound file, we dictate as normal and send the sound files off to our typist for typing but when the letters are returned there are substantial paragraphs In which the typist has been unable to type as the sound file has skipped…this is happening with nearly every letter that We receive back from our typist. Is this a common error? Is this something in which the way the machine is set up, which can be changed?
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Does it tell you why the file was skipped? Normally this is because of two reasons. Either the file type is not supported or the file specifications ( name, location, extension, etc.) have changed so WMP cannot find the file to sync it.
Sadly, that skipping sound is most likely the sound of death for your external hard drive. The drive is composed of two or three disks, with read heads that hover incredibly close to the spinning disks. That skipping sound could be the head scratching the disk, leaving the hard drive useless. Your best bet is to contact the manufacturer and have it replaced as defective - if it's still warrantied.
If you are already using your dictation machine then you don't need to install its software as its already installed. Now you only require Nero for burning files to CDs. You also require a CD writer installed on your pc. You shall know where your files are saved when you record through dictation machine. If you can't find the recorded files kindly comment back.
This menu displays music files saved in your phone and microSD card. 1.
From idle mode, press and hold the OK Key [OK] to unlock the keypad,
press the Left Soft Key [Menu], the Directional Key to select “Media
Gallery”, then slide out the QWERTY keyboard and press 1. My Sounds. 2.
Scroll through the downloaded or saved sounds to select the sound and
press the OK Key [PLAY] to listen to the highlighted sound. To erase
the selected sound, press the Left Soft Key [Erase], then press the
Right Soft Key [Yes]. 3. Press the Right Soft Key [Options] to choose
from the following: • Send by Picture Message: To send a MMS message. •
Send Online Album: To upload selected sound to sound online server. •
Send by Bluetooth: To send selected sound to another Bluetooth device.
• Set As: Assigns the selected sound for specific tasks (Ringtone,
Contact ID, Alert Tone). • Rename: Rename the selected sound. •
Lock/Unlock: Select to lock or unlock the selected sound. • Move: To
move the sound to another location. • Erase All: To erase all the sound
files in your phone. • File Info: Displays information about the
selected sound. Since you can’t Send or Move a DRM file, the Send/Move
options will not appear when working with these type of files. With
microSD card inserted, you can browse all folders and sound files saved
in the microSD card by searching the Back folder . indicates that
current file is stored in the external memory. indicates that current
file is stored in the phone memory. indicates that you have sub
directory for the current folder. Hope this helps, let me know if I can help you with anything else. JimmyC
on your computer, you will need some sort of media recovery software. also go to options under the tools menu and uncheck delete after transfer to turn off deletion. this is usually best since you can delete the files through the recorder by the erase button
you can not do this with the Olympus ws-100, you need a dictation machine that has the editing function which allows you to easily
insert, overwrite, partially erase files and continue on the same file, most of the digital dictation units have NEW FILE BUTTON , you will stay recording on the same file till you press new. Look at Olympus DS-2300. Olympus DS-33300 or ds-4000.