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I have a M audio Microtrack 24/96 and have had no problems until now. When recording the screen will read media full even though I have little to know files on the device at the time. I tried resetting to the factory settings with no improvement. I now have it set to MP3 and 128 bits. When I check the record time available it says 00:02:06. I am currently using a 128MB card. The unit says 1.9 MB available. Any help???? Thanks.

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  • spicyt Jul 09, 2008

    The card I am currently using does not have any files on it. I delete the files once I transfer them onto my computer.

  • spicyt Jul 09, 2008

    Thank you I have resolved the problem

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I think the card might have got corrupted or may be there is some bad sector formation in it .....

format your card & then have a look at your available memory ........


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This could be the problem with memory card you need you create a
back of the files storied in memory card and then format the card and see if its shows the memory free then store the data back to your card .....

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Have you tried formating the card?

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  • Ekse Jul 09, 2008

    Formatting the Recording Media




    The MicroTrack 24/96 records directly to CompactFlash cards or Microdrives. In both cases, these mediums must be formatted before they can be used. The MicroTrack 24/96 can format the media with the following procedure:




    NOTE: Formatting a CompactFlash card or Microdrive will erase all of its data. Thus, formatting can be used as a method for deleting the entire contents of a card or drive.




    1. Insert your media, either a CompactFlash card or Microdrive, into the MicroTrack 24/96. The unit will reboot.




    2. After the MicroTrack 24/96 has rebooted, press down on the [NAV] wheel until “System” is selected and press in on the [NAV] wheel.




    3. Press down on the [NAV] wheel until “Format Media” is selected, then press in on the [NAV] wheel.




    4. The screen will show “Format Media.” Press in on the [NAV] wheel to continue.




    5. When the process is finished, “Format complete!” will be shown on the display. Press the [MENU] key twice to return to the main menu.

  • Ekse Jul 09, 2008
  • Ekse Jul 09, 2008

    try the format and report back.



    Note that reposting the problem rejects my support

    comment / reply will send me a message



    Thanks,

    Ekse

  • Ekse Jul 09, 2008

    please read this page, its about the problem you are faceing



    http://www.m-audio.com/index.php?do=supp...

  • Ekse Jul 09, 2008

    Great that the problem is now solved, please press accept on my solution otherwise I will not be credited.

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