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Asr10 and 8 GB scsi drive issue
Old 17th October 2013
  #1
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Asr10 and 8 GB scsi drive issue

Helo! I have be trying to get my Asr10 to work with my 8.5 gb Seagate scsi drive. I cant get it to work. I tried formating it in all kinds of ways. in Translator, in Total Commander and the Asr itself. I format it to 8 gigs, 7.5 gigs etc and it dosent work.

I am able to transfer 8 gigs of sounds to my scsi disk in Total Commander. Then when I want to load the sounds in the Asr I get the "File operation error".

anyone have any info on this please?

cheers!
Old 17th October 2013
  #2
SEED78
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basics

- maybe the seagate is just not actually compatible with the ASR, oldschool samplers are very fussy

- turn the hard drive on a few minutes before the ASR, then try to format with ASR

you are better off getting a external CF reader and a few CF cards
Old 18th October 2013
  #3
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SEED78 View Post
basics

- maybe the seagate is just not actually compatible with the ASR, oldschool samplers are very fussy

- turn the hard drive on a few minutes before the ASR, then try to format with ASR

you are better off getting a external CF reader and a few CF cards
I formated it to 4 gb and everything was fine. But I want to use the total 8 gb thats on the drive.
Old 20th October 2013
  #4
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I used to go through nightmares with EPS16& a seagate drive, using an Iomega Zip drive on my ASR now w/o a hitch *knock on wood*
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