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Hi recorded a file on my ikey under .WAV but now cannot play it. Does anyone have any ideas what went wrong , the file is fairly big could it be this?

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  • tassi75 Jul 03, 2010

    Hi, it just did not allow me to open the file or move it

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Yes, it's possible that it could take a while to "open" a large file. How long did you wait before declaring that it "cannot" do it? Any error-messages?

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