D-108 Owner's Manual (Saving and Loading Song Data)
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4.Rotate the JOG dial to select a flashing “SCSI 6.”
5.Press the EXECUTE/YES key.
The external digital device is set to “SCSI 6,” and the
existing Song numbers will flash on the display.
6.Rotate the JOG dial to select the data to load.
You can choose to load any existing Song individually or
all Songs collectively.
The display indication differs as follows depending on
whether you selected an individual Song number or all
Song numbers.
* When selecting a specific backup number
The example shows that backup number 2 (B02) has 45MB
of disk space (02 flashes).
*When selecting all backup numbers
This is an example of all backup data selected when there
are two backup data present. (? flashes)
7.Press the EXECUTE/YES key. (“SURE?” flashes.)
The load destination (current drive) program can now
be selected. The following indications will appear when
selecting individual or ALL programs in the previous step.
* When selecting a specific backup number
A prompt inquiring whether to setup a new program on
the current drive appears (New PGM indication appears
and [SURE?] flashes).
Turning the JOG dial in this state makes it possible to
select another program, other than the above, 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.
* If you have selected “Load All?(**/**):
The D-108 will indicate the destination Program number
on the internal hard disk. Use the JOG dial to select a
desired destination Program number into which to load
data.
If the destination hard disk already contains data and
you select a Program, “DEL” (Delete) appears following
the Program number.
This is because the “Load All” operation will first erase
any Program data on the disk before loading Song data.
Pressing the EXECUTE/YES key at this point will cause
“Delete All PGM?” (deleting all Programs) to appear, and
then “SURE?” will flash.
<Note>
Be careful when choosing "Load All?" since all programs
on the load destination will be erased. Check to see that
the data on the current drive is not important prior to going
ahead with the "Load All?" procedure.
If there is any important data on the disk, cancel the load
process at this stage.
Turning the JOG dial in this state makes it possible to
select another program for the load destination, as well
as the "Eject" choice. To remove the disk at this point,
select the "Eject" feature then press the EXECUTE/YES
key.
8.Press the EXECUTE/YES key.
Song data will be loaded to the selected Program.
If, for example, backup 1 is started for Program 1, then
"B01>>P1 ***MB" will appear, "REMAIN" lights up, load
proceeds, and "***MB (program size)" is counted down,
when individual programs are loaded.
If the EXECUTE/YES key is pressed to load all programs,
then the display will show "Delete ALL PGM?". Loading is
started when the EXECUTE/YES key is pressed again.
When the load operation is complete, “COMPLETED!” will
light and the D-108 will display the Time Base that was
shown before the unit entered the Setup mode.
9.Press the STOP button or the EXECUTE/YES key,
and “COMPLETED!” will turn off.
<Note>
You cannot abort a load operation on a SCSI device
while it is in progress.
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