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Answer to question about protecting just the files
No I actually need to protect the whole drive.. The voice recorder is voice activated. So if I have it turned on, it will record throughout the day, and then I transfer the files to my computer so I can listen whenever I need to. But because the audio files are pretty large, I need to delete them each time I transfer so I have enough room for more. Therefore, protecting the files would not work because I am going to be deleting them often.
The reason I need to protect the drive is because there have been a few times that I accidentially forgot to turn the recorder off and it recorded things I didn't mean to.. oops! My sister is very nosey, and she has plugged it up a few times to see what information I have on there, and I don't want her seeing or hearing any information stored.
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