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When I use my Sony IC Recorder as an MP3 player, I have successfully downloaded and played audiobooks from my library's online audiobook source. All of a sudden, my computer tells me that the audiobook's parts have downloaded to track B (the one I always use) of my IC Recorder; but when I disconnect my IC Recorder from the computer's USB port, there is nothing listed in track B. It's empty. I recall briefly clicking into and out of a Roxio box--could I have disconnected something crucial?

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Sony IC Recorder ICD B600

To transfer recordings from the Sony ICD-B600 to Windows first buy a Radio Shack #42-2497 cable. Connect the cable from the recorder headphone jack to the computer microphone jack. In Windows XP follow the path: start, All Programs, Accessories, Entertainment, Sound Recorder. This small window will allow you to record 60 seconds of sound to a file. Get Article #82215 from the Microsoft web site. It will tell you how to make extended recordings. I was able to record 45 minutes continuously. The recorder is turned on by moving the 'HOLD' switch down. The recorder is turned off by moving the 'HOLD' switch up and waiting 2.5 seconds. Have fun.

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

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SOURCE: Getting My Mac to Recognize the Sony IC Recorder

you can only download it on windows and save as.wav and then copy it on the Mac. I couldn`t find any other way

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

A Soveral

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SOURCE: sony ic recorder software download

Download Digital Voice Editor Version 3.1.03 for Windows Vista/XP/2000.
64 bit version operating systems are not supported,

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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SOURCE: sony ic recorder software download

Hi My name soukhon My HP can not red My Sony Icdp620 how can I run?

Posted on Sep 25, 2010

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SOURCE: Sony ICDP620 Handheld Digital Voice Recorder Driver download

dear friends,

The driver software given with Sony ICDP620 Handheld Digital voice recorder is not compatible with Windows Vista and Windows 7.

the fix:

1. go to sony download page.
2. Reach the bottom of the page and select proceed.
3. You will be proceeded to the agreement page.
4. click agree at the bottom of that page.
5. you will be taken to the download page for the latest driver for the above said model.
6. click download.
7.Install the driver as directed in the page.
8. enjoy

Thank you

Posted on Sep 29, 2010

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