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Transferring a voice recording

I've can't move, copy or even play a couple of my voice recordings that I've recorded with my Sansa onto my computer. When I tried to move it it says that the file or directory is corrupted and unreadable yet I can still listen to it on my Sansa also all my future recordings seem to be copied over just fine. The difference is I pressed the record button on the side when I recorded these particular files whilst I accessed the main menu for the rest of other voice recordings. Is there no way I can save these files at all? :(

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  • Samantha Wong Feb 14, 2007

    ^^ Nevermind I found the solution myself! I switched the USB mode setting to MTP. It's been copied and moved over now. Sorry!

  • Samantha Wong Feb 14, 2007

    Sorry I solved this one myself but I'll put the solution for anyone that has a similar problem. Check your USB mode and switch it to MTP in order to transfer the file.

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Nevermind I found the solution myself! I switched the USB mode setting to MTP. It's been copied and moved over now.

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