Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
We dont have the manual for your model, but it's easy to download your recorded files to your PC or laptop. Simply
use the flip-out USB port or supplied USB cable to plug into your PC.
Turn your RCA recorder on and your computer should immediately recognize
it as a portable drive.
Then, open the drive and you should be able to access and edit any file that is saved in the device. You can drag, drop, copy and move files at your leisure.
Keep in mind that if you "move" the files is the same that "cut" or delete, so, just use copy/paste task.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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