D-108 Owner's Manual (Saving and Loading Song Data)
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Formatting a SCSI disk
An unformatted disk or a disk used with the computer can also be used. Check to see that the data on the disk is no
longer necessary prior to formatting a disk that was previously used with the computer. Once formatting is started it
cannot be stopped. The formatting process will erase all data. Be especially careful not to erase the data that you still
need. The prerequisite here is that a removable disk is used. The same procedures apply for a fixed SCSI harddisk, as
well.
1.Connect the SCSI device to the D-108 and turn the
power on to the both machines.
2.If you are using a removable disk, insert the disk
into the drive.
3.Press the DISP SEL key to select the Setup mode,
and press the EXECUTE/YES key.
The Setup mode menu appear on the display.
4.Turn the JOG dial to select “Disk Format?” (“?”
flashes), and press the EXECUTE/YES key again.
“Disk Format IDE” (“IDE” flashes) appears.
CAUTION:
If format is executed while "IDE" is blinking, the
internal IDE hard disk will be formatted and data in the IDE hard
disk will be lost.
5.Rotate the JOG dial to display the flashing “SCSI6”
and press the EXECUTE/YES key.
The ID number and name of the connected SCSI device
appear on the display, and “?” and “SURE?” flash.
6.Press the EXECUTE/YES key.
The "Backup format?" ("?" flashing) message appears and
"SURE?" flashes. This indicates that you are in the stand-
by mode to format the backup purpose SCSI harddisk in
the "Backup Format".
7. Press and hold down the RECORD button and press
the EXECUTE/YES key.
“REMAIN” lights up and formatting starts.
As the formatting operation progresses, the size of the
area to be formatted on the disk will count down on the
display. Also, when the formatting operation starts, all
the FL indicators (for Tracks 1-16) at level ∞ of the level
meters light up. As the formatting operation progresses,
these indicators will be turned off from Track 16. This
condition indicates that the disk is being formatted
correctly.
When formatting is complete, “COMPLETED!” will appears
and all the FL indicators will turn off.
8.Press the EXIT/NO key or the STOP button to quit
the Setup mode.
The D-108 returns to the ABS display of the Program that
was selected before it entered Setup mode.
Your backup purpose SCSI harddisk has been formatted
after completing the steps up to this point. The SCSI
harddisk is now ready to SAVE/LOAD.
To continuously format another disk, remove the disk
from the SCSI drive and then repeat the same procedures.
Press the eject switch on the SCSI drive to remove the
disk from the SCSI drive.
In addition to the formatting procedure mentioned
above, you can also use the following steps to format
an unformatted disk.
Install an unformatted fixed disk or removable disk,
and go to the “Drive Sel.?” menu in Setup mode. Change
the current drive from “IDE” to “SCSI”.
The D-108 will recognize that the SCSI disk is not
formatted and automatically enter the “Disk Format ?”
menu in Setup mode, where you can follow the
procedure mentioned above to format the disk.
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