I used 1.75 firmware. I recorded a rehearsal and transferred it to my computer, using the wizard that changes the REC file to mp3. Then I deleted the REC file from my iriver. the mp3 is not on my computer for some reason, not that I can find anyway. I didn't delete it and I searched anywhere in any way, including windows explorer search options. I found the REC file on the recycle bin, hit "restore". now it's not in the bin but also not anywhere else i can find. not on the iriver, not on my computer (I searched for the rec file too). What can I do??? Is there any way to see a log of the recycle bin's actions or the iriver actions, so I can't find out where is my mp3 and where is my rec file?
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1) You can use Sony's Sonic Stage software to do a digital transfer of the mini disc to a .wav file. Sonic Stage is slow, but it is a very high quality digital transfer.
2) It's not like you are digging a ditch and getting worn out. So what if it is a real-time transfer? Find something to do. Read the New York Times on line. Make coffee. Call a friend.
3) There is nothing wrong with a good old-fashioned analog transfer (using the MD's analog output) into your computer's audio recorder (such as Audacity) - which gives you a digital file. That will be just fine for practice CDs for other choir members.
4) You can buy an MD deck or portable with a digital output - such as a Sony 940 or 640. There are many others.
From Maxtor's web-site, download the "MaxBlast" software.
Use it to "clone" your existing disk-drive onto your new disk-drive.
It works, and it works _very_ quickly.
Other than that, use the Windows "Files and Settings Transfer Wizard" (under System Tools, under Accessories, under All Programs) to select what you want to copy (E-mail? contacts? Files? Music?) and to burn one "aggregate" file onto a DVD-recordable disk.
Then, use the same Wizard to "import" from that disk onto the new system.
As there is no USB port on this IC Recorder, you can connect the Headphone OUT of the IC Recorder to the LINE IN of the Computer. Then, use any Sound Recorder Software to capture the files. You can also use the Sound Recorder Software preinstalled in the Computer.
After transferring the recordings to the Computer, you can use any CD Burning Software to burn the files to a CD.
The supplied Software with the IC Recorder is not compatible with the Macintosh Computer. Hence, it is not possible to transfer the recordings to the Computer using the USB Cable. However, you can connect the Headphone OUT of the IC Recorder to the LINE IN of the Computer. Then, use any Recording Software to capture the files.
You may need to format the recorder to clean the file system on the recorder. Follow the directions below to format: If you format the recorder, all function settings will return to their defaults*. All files** stored in the recorder will be deleted. If you have important files that you want to save, connect the recorder to a computer and transfer those files from the recorder to the computer before formatting the device. * Date and time settings won't be cleared, so you won't need to set them again.
** Locked files will also be deleted.
1 Press and hold the FOLDER/MENU button for 1 second or longer. The menu opens.
2 Press the up or down arrows button to choose "FORMAT".
3 Press the REC/SET button again.
4 Press the FF or REW to choose "START".
5 Press the REC/SET button.
"FORMAT DONE" displays when formatting ends.
An adapter will not fix the problem. The files cannot be transferred to a computer using a USB port. The files must be transferred analog using the recorder's headphone cord. The files are then recorded to the computer from the Sony recorder using a program such as Windows Recorder. The ICD-B500 has many great features but archiving to a computer is not one of them.
Use the built-in microphone to record voice in the voice mode.
1) Press "Rec" button to begin recording
2) Press "Rec" button again to stop recording
3) Press " play/pause" to pause or resume recording
4) Recorded files are stored as default files VXXX.WAV, XXX numbered from 001
Of course, first you need to transfer those recordings from your mp3 to your computer. Then open up whatever cd burning software you use, choose make audio cd, click add files and choose your recordings and burn.
can't record on the my Olympus VN-1000
+ I press rec button and it just shows rec in display (no recording time is shown ONLY rec)
+ there is no play back or stop function
+ i can only stop rec by removing batteries (stop or play will stop rec only ONCE - but there is no useful function - such as play or stop or rec.)
+ I tried all trouble shooting tips in manual with no effect
+ i cleaned the spring contacts inside battery compartment that interface with the batteries
+ it was barely used - and has not been used for a 1 year ( no batteries were inside it )
it was inside a drawer