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    Sound Recorder in XP 2003 SP 3

    Hi............pleased to be here.........Today I was told that to transfer audio from ancient cassette tapes to H/D there is Audacity also the said task can be done using the "Sound Recorder" that is part of the Windows 2003 SP3 operating system but when I tried to use it the duration seemed by default to be limited to 60 seconds (see attachment) Is it possible to transfer a 90 minute lecture to H/D using this app please or must I use Audacity? Thanks Mat.G
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    Hello Mat,

    The Sound Recorder in pre-Vista systems is limited to 60 seconds.
    There is a workaround to increase the length in 60 second increments:
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/82215

    See:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sound_Recorder_(Windows)

    Try the free, small and portable Wavosaur:
    http://www.wavosaur.com/

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