After recording a full-screen capture of my computer earlier today (using Lossless Codec and CS v. 2.6), it never merged the three files together like it always does with other ones. Now, the .AVI alone is 1.89 GB, the .WAV is 2.52 MB, and the .TXT is 67 B. Also, the .AVI doesn't display a length, but the .WAV does (00:27:20). The .AVI won't open with any program I've read about so far on here, or the ones I already had [I've tried VirtualDub, WMP, WMM, RealPlayer, QuickTime, Pinnacle VideoSpin, DivX Plus, GordianKnot, ffmpeg (which admittedly I couldn't completely figure out how to use), Microsoft Expressions Encoder, Format Factory, and DivFix++, as far as I can recall]. I can get the .WAV to play, but only about 15 seconds of it plays when I open it for some reason. As for the .TXT, it just says "<recorder><version>2.6<\version><release>294<\release><\recorder>" when I open it. My theory is that somehow the overall file was going to be over 2 GB, so it didn't save, but really I'm just guessing. I'm not too worried about the sound, but I'd really like to salvage the video if possible. Any ideas, or is it likely lost? I'm starting to believe the former is true, but I wanted to ask here before I give up. If any other info is needed, just let me know and I'll try to tell you.