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sound recorder has no memory

sound recorder has no memory

sound recorder has no memory

(OP)
each time i try to use the windows/xp desk top sound recorder i get a message saying that "the sound recorder does not have enough memory" it says to cancel other programs. there isn't any thing else running. is there a memory allocation i need to set. i don't have the problem with my xp laptop. it records but when i try to stop & save i get the message. i am only saying a few words.

any suggestions?

Computer thought: I teach a lot of programming so I can learn. You can never learn it all.  

RE: sound recorder has no memory

(OP)
I didn't have a problem with the mike not being recognized. it recorded with the meter showing it is receiving sound but when I tried to play it back it said not enough memory. It failed many times in a row over dinnerent days and restarts.

I tried it again to get a screen capture to attach to this response and when I just tried it again it worked OK with out me changing anything.????????

I will have to wait for it to fail again or try to see if I can find out under what circumstances it fails.

May as well close this problem for now.

Computer thought: I teach a lot of programming so I can learn. You can never learn it all.  

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