D-108 Owner's Manual (Saving and Loading Song Data)
Loading data saved on several removable disks
As an example here, we will load the data of a Program saved onto two removable disks.
1.Insert the first disk (Disk-1) into the SCSI device.
Make sure that you insert the disks in the correct order.
If you insert the wrong disk, the D-108 displays [Wrong
disk] -> [Illegal No!] and ejects the disk.
Follow the disk markings you made during the save
2.Follow Steps 1-4 of the “Loading Song data”
3.Select “SCSI” and press the EXECUTE/YES key.
(“LOAD” lights up).
The external digital device is set to “SCSI”. The display
flashes the number of the existing Backup data in the
SCSI disk, and then indicates that the first disk has been
Rotating the JOG dial will toggle between “B01” and
“Eject.” If you wish to cancel the load operation and
remove the disk, select “Eject” and press the EXECUTE/
4.Press the EXECUTE/YES key after "B01[#0001]D1"
A prompt inquiring whether to set a new program on the
current drive which is the load destination will appear.
([New PGM] appears and [SURE?] flashes.)
Turning the JOG dial in this state makes it possible to
select a program on the current drive. The size of the
program appears when the program is selected.
If you select a program that is already recorded with data
and load is executed for the load destination, the existing
data is deleted while loading takes place. If you do not
want to overwrite the existing data, select "New PGM"
mentioned above, prior to loading.
5.Press the EXECUTE/YES key after selecting the
Loading is started and the display will show
"B01>>P**.***MB". This indicates that the backup data
(B01) on the SCSI harddisk is being loaded on the current
drive program (P**).
The "***MB" (load size) is counted down as loading
When Disk 1 loading is completed, an "Insert Disk 2"
message appears, and Disk 1 is automatically ejected.
6.Insert Disk 2 (second disk) into the SCSI hard disk
drive according to what the display requests.
Loading automatically resumes when Disk 2 is inserted.
The display will show the same count down as shown for
Disk 1. The size of the program is counted down along
with the load process.
When all data is loaded, "COMPLETED!" lights up, and
the program time base (ABS 0) started up prior to going
into the SETUP mode will appear.
The "COMPLETED!" prompt can be canceled by pressing
the EXIT/NO key or STOP button.
You cannot abort a load operation on a SCSI device
while it is in progress.