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Freezes while recording

Sometimes, when I have the micro track in recording mode it freezes.  This tends to happen after it's been in recording mode for 15 minutes or more.  I don't have the problem on shorter recordings.  The screen will read that it's recording (showing the round dot in the upper left hand corner) but meters are not moving.  When I press the red recording button to stop recording there is no response.  The round dot does not change to a square.  The menu button does not respond.  I cannot get rid of the "recording" screen unless I press the power button which turns off the whole machine, and, of course, I lose the file that I was recording.  I have been recording in the mp3 format, so I always have plenty of recording time left when this freezing problem occurs.  Any suggestions?  Thanks-- sharmanduran@hotmail.com

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  • dee_white Jun 05, 2008

    I have the exact same problem...I have just tried a recording three times and it froze at 7, 2 and 22 minutes. I updated the firmware (again), but I'm not convinced this will fix the problem as I've done this before and the problem returned.

  • seanap Feb 26, 2009

    Freezes while recording

  • wwwebber Apr 26, 2009

    During recording - yes usually during an extended session - device locks in the middle of record screen. No level activity and no response to any controls. Have to shut and restart, losing my file. Then I can resume, but after losing much of the session. Not acceptable. If I can't find a positive solution, I'll have to find another device for my needs.

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I'm been searching for slutions to this as well - It's happened to me numerous times, so much so, I've almost thrown it on the ground to see how many pieces I can break it into... 

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  • ArcadianZ Sep 04, 2008

    Ok, so I'm signed-up as a "solution provider" -oops

    Well, then I'll offer this: use ONLY the memory card types/brands that M-Audio has certified.

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