I see. Its not transferring. Maybe drop back to version 3.4 because
its stable and it could be more work to debug 4.0 for no gain? You
could check the forum to see if 4.0 has a known glitch/work-around
http://forums.minidisc.org/index.php?showforum=34 If you haven't
already, maybe consider joining the Hi-MD Forum so you can download
the freestanding v3.4 install. Also look into what the word is about
un-installing the sonicstage components beforehand. I'm probably
paranoid, but I don't do upgrades on any software until I check user
lists-- especially if I'm not having problems with the version I have
installed. Sorry about the extra work. Consider it community service?
The next time somebody else's headache may save you grief. Rob D.
At 8:18 AM -0700 7/26/06, Debbi B wrote:
>I meant that it transferred ok, whether it was from rebooting or
>upgrading. This hasn't happened before, and the second time I tried,
>it was with a new disc. I also tried starting over and reconnecting
>the USB cable.
>At 12:14 AM 7/26/2006, you wrote:
>>At 11:10 PM -0700 7/25/06, Debbi B wrote:
>> >I just downloaded SS v. 4. I had recorded a new cricket in my
>> >backyard, but when I tried to transfer the recording, it said that it
>> >was initialized by some other device (or something like that) and I
>> >couldn't transfer it. I tried another disc, but the same error
>> >occurred. It was ok with the new software (or having to reboot).
>>Regarding: "It was ok with the new software (or having to reboot),"
>>I'm not clear what this means.
>>According to the HiMD forum, there are no substantive reasons to
>>upgrade to v4. Rob D.
>>"Microphones are not ears,
>>Loudspeakers are not birds,
>>A listening room is not nature."
>>Yahoo! Groups Links
>"Microphones are not ears,
>Loudspeakers are not birds,
>A listening room is not nature."
>Yahoo! Groups Links
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