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Re: cricket shivers

Subject: Re: cricket shivers
From: "Dave J" <>
Date: Sun, 22 Aug 2004 22:31:23 -0000
--- Dan Dugan <> wrote:
> Laura David's Todd, you wrote,
> >The first mistake I learned is that the Minidisc
> >tends to overwrite itself very easily. If I fill
> >a disc halfway one day & go out to record the
> >next day, I end up overwriting my files of the 
> >previous day.
> Whoa! One of the neat things about minidisc is 
> that it's hard to overwrite! Apparently you've 
> been using the -one- sequence of operations that 
> -will- overwrite!
> On my Sharp you have to:
> play
> pause
> record (message: erase?)
> enter
> But if you are in stop, and just hit record, you
> get a new track and it doesn't touch any of the 
> previously recorded tracks.
> What model recorder are you using?
> -Dan Dugan

My MZ-R50 did that once so far and I wish I knew if it 
is faulty or if I could have accidentally caused this 
to occur.


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