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My tascam 2488 does not transfer wave files properly to my pc.after recording and saving the song when i transfer the wave files via usb not all of the tracks come across to my laptop pc. is there an issue with the fat 16 not reading the files correctly ?

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Check cable first

Posted on Apr 30, 2008

  • Ginko
    Ginko Apr 30, 2008

    Check usb cable first, defective cable can stop files

    downloading .
    You can also try reinstalling software. disconnect tascam from usb when reinstalling software.
    It can also be a problem with tascam memory (not because is fat16, the software handle fat16 as well as 32), in this case you can solve it re formatting memory from Tascam menu.

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