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TASCAM Tower CD Duplicator User’s Manual
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The
Image
menu, which consists of six functions (9.1 through 9.6), is valid only
on the CD-D17HD Tower CD Duplicator system, which features a factory-
installed hard disk drive. The Image menu includes Load, Delete Image, Image
Info, Compare Image, Select Partition and Select Src Drive functions. The data
loaded onto the hard disk drive is called an “image file.”
9.1 Load
The factory-installed hard disk drive was partitioned and formatted at the factory.
An alphabetical letter identifies each partition. Each partition is approximately
1GB in capacity. The number of partitions depends on the capacity of the hard
disk drive. The
Load
function enables you to transfer data from the CD-ROM
drive or any CD Writer drive to the current partition of the hard disk drive. (Note:
P:A
stands for partition A.) You can load as many disc images as the number of
partitions available on the hard disk drive.
9.2 Delete Image
Use the
Delete Image
function to delete an image stored in a particular partition.
9.3 Image Info
Use the
Image Info
function to display basic information for an image file stored
in a particular partition.
9.4 Compare Image
Use the
Compare Image
function to compare the contents of a source CD-ROM
disc with the image file in the partition.
9.5 Select Image
The internal hard disk drive was partitioned and formatted at the factory. An
alphabetical letter identifies each partition. Each partition is approximately 1GB
in capacity. The number of partitions depends on the capacity of the hard disk
drive. Use the
Select Image
function to select an image file that is stored in a
specific partition on the hard disk drive.
9.6 Select Src Drive
Use the
Select Src Drive
function to select the CD-ROM drive or a CD Writer
drive as the source from which you can load data into a particular partition as an
image file.
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