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The machine doesn't let me record audio

After a few times of recording audio (like microphone), the remaining record time got to 0. Even after emptying the H10, its still on 0 record time. What to do?

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reformat the player

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  • If you need to punch-in a section, you can automate it by dialing up the time in the song you wish to replace using the auto punch function. When you enable this and choose the time in the song you wish to record over, once you hit record and play it'll start the track a few seconds before where it begins the punch-in and it will only go into record when it reaches the designated time stamp.
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1 Connect an external microphone to the computer.

2 Click Start, point to All Programs, Accessories, Entertainment, then click Sound Recorder.

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The better the quality of the recording, the more disk space the sound file requires. Experiment to find a balance that fits your needs.

1 Open Sound Recorder, if necessary (click Start, point to All Programs, Accessories, Entertainment, then click Sound Recorder).

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3 In the Audio Properties window, adjust the Sound Playback quality and volume, and the Sound Recording volume.

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You need to be in Tam fax mode firstly.

1, {#} {0} {0} {1}:= “TAM/FAX” (default)

2,
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3,
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