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Hello the way you are trying to do it is more complicated, I recommend sell your unit and upgrade to another unit that transfer audio files fast and will give you more time recording and better record quality for example this model has a software the is really easy to record in to a CD on different audio formats if you want plus you will received a Dragon® NaturallySpeaking® 9 Recorder Edition that you can change audio to text the price is really good check it if you want http://www.tvps.com/Products/Sony-ICD-SX68DR9-Digital-Voice-Recorder---Refurb__SO-P-ICD-SX68DR9.aspx Good luck
I have the same issue with this recorder and Vista. According to Sony, the new version should be available for download "sometime this month" so I'm holding my breath.
There is a way to get your files onto your computer, but it is pretty annoying when you have a bunch. But it works, so here it is.
Select the specific recording that you want to save, then click the "email" button. If you use Outlook like me, an email window will open up and your selected file will be attached. YOu can then save it from the outlook email window without even actually sending it.
Once it is saved on your computer, the DVE commands that allow you to convert the file do work, so have a ball!
This sure does suck, no?