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JNC usb 350 digital voice recorder

I have a JNC usb 350 digital voice recorder that uses Powervoice software to transfer & store the files on the computer. I have windows xp & have been using open office & tried to upgrade the software to Office 2007. However when I did this I could now longer access the audio files from my voice recorder. The Powervoice icon was on the desktop but would not allow access. I uninstalled both the Office & Powervoice software & reinstalled them but the problem remained. What can I do to fix this? my computer will no longer link to my jnc-digital voice recorder do I need to update my driver. I am using microsoft office 2003 and power voice II software.

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I have jnc usb-350;
i can not installing drive and software.
i can not capture data from voice recorder to computer.

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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    CHAZ Jun 25, 2014

    JNC USB 350 DRIVER - If you have this, PLEASE email me the site where I can download this driver. if you live in South Africa, I'm in Jo'burg my e m l is chazeraai a t g ma i l d o t co m.Thnx

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    CHAZ Jun 25, 2014

    JNC USB 350 DRIVER for XP - If you have this, PLEASE email me the site where I can download this driver. if you live in South Africa, I'm in Jo'burg my e m l is chazeraai a t g ma i l d o t co m.Thnx

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