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No setup file found when pluged into cpu

Well i just bought the digital audio recorder the other day and pluged it into my cpu last night to download some things i needed off it and i couldnt find the setup folder everyone talks about on all the other pages ive been to ive been to rca web and nothing so could someone help me find this setup file so i can use this recorder or send me the file
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    francisco de mesa May 11, 2010

    is the device detected by the computer? was the driver properly installed? was the driver meant for the operating system?

  • John Galbraith
    John Galbraith May 11, 2010

    What is the make and model of the Digital Audo Recorder?

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1. Disable your onboard audio in CMOS
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