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Hi, a colleague recently registered her Express Scribe software and imported several .wav files. Nothing is audible when she tries to play them and no activity is visible in the dB value box (indicating to me that the software isn't reading any audio in the files). However she can hear the files when she plays them on Windows Media Player on her computer and I can hear them when I play them in my Express Scribe Pro on my computer. The only file she can hear when using Express Scribe Pro on her computer is a .wma file. I'm stumped. It looks like others have had possibly similar issues with inaudible files when they upgraded, but no solutions have been posted.
The default Recordings folder installed with ST (Prgram Data...) was never visible in the Windows Explorer tree and the Search couldn't locate the wav files I'd created. I could only find the files via the Find & Play menu in ST. I made the mistake of changing the default folder to one that I could actually find (My Music...) in Explorer but I neglected to copy the wav files from the default folder and now of course I can't find them even thru Find & Play. I tested the new default folder and I can find recordings there but I want to retrieve earlier recordings I made. I have searched on file names, *.wav, folder names, dates, etc. but nothing works. Are the recordings wrapped up in the ST app somehow and thus not visible? Thanks