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Looking for a program to listen & record my messages on my PC instead of my phone

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by shadows_1959, Feb 18, 2006.

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  1. shadows_1959

    shadows_1959 Thread Starter

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    Looking for a program to listen & record my messages on my PC instead of my phone


    I know I previously posted this thread BUT at this moment I cannot afford to buy another modem:confused:


    Hello everyone


    I'm partially paralysed( both my my hands ) & I would require a program that can do the same as a voice box of my phone company.

    My Modem is below:

    Agere Systems PCI-sv92pp Soft Modem is my modem


    I have tried the following,Smart Phone Recorder version 2.4.61 & theres a bug, it does not work properly


    Can anyone help me please:)



    Thank you in advance :)


    Pentium 4 -2.4 gig

    500 mg ram memory

    Using Firefox

    80 gig hard disk

    Microsoft Windows XP Pro
     
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    Thank you very much to both of you, these 2 Items are the Best I've seen or come across:)

    Again thank you, I will kep you posted if they are suitable for me, I'm sure 1 of the 2 will be.

    Have a nice evening


    Pentium 4 -2.4 gig

    500 mg ram memory

    Using Firefox

    80 gig hard disk

    Microsoft Windows XP Pro
     
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