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For that connect your digital recorder to computer if it has usb option . You can connect it to computer with usb cable then you can see removable memory in my computer then copy that data to your computer's drive . Then you can burn that data with nero software. You can download nero from below link. Click here But if there is not any usb option on recorder then you need to give output cable from recorder to your sound audio input port of computer then you can record voice on computer with music juke box software. Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks for using FixYa.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
Ok, well there is no "Jumper" as such, to get the Digital Tape data onto the PC, it will have to be transferred, usually via, the USB port & cable. Once you have copied the data to the PC, then one can use one of the many Audio burning programs on the 'net.to compile and burn you data.
You DTR should have come with a USB cable and software to install, and use on the PC... You must install this software and Driver before you can use the device in this way. Install the software and then plug the device in, it should be detected and install or ask where the drivers are, once installed you will be able to use it.
Often, though, these devices don't have a driver as such, and when plugged in, they simply install as and show up as a "Drive" in My Computer, as such, one can copy, paste and cut as usual.
However IF it doesn't have a USB and software? Then you could still use it, via the Audio Input, (Mic In) and simply save it as a sound file, say MP3 and then again burn to CD/DVD, depending on what the type of file extension used by the DTR recorder, it may save as MP3? anyway you may simply be able to copy paste from the device to wherever you wish on the PC.
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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