Backup on an audio DAT recorder

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#1

Could anybody tell me if its possible to make a backup on an audio DAT recorder, I’ve got one l sitting around doing nothing.
It’s a sony DTC-P7.

Thanks.

[This message has been edited by DAFOX (edited 08 April 2000).]


#2

Probably if you can find a backup program that supports it.


#3

Dafox,
DAT drives are normally called DDS1,DDS2,
DDS3 and DDS4.
DDS3 & DDS4 are brilliant(fast and lots of storage space)DDS2 are just about useable
forget DDS1.
i`ve got the software E-mail me if you still want it.


#4

Curious as to what this unit actually was so did a search and all I can say is what a waste of time to even have formultaed this idea.
Follow this link if anybody interested and see why it would be impossible (Besides the fact that there would definately NOT be software to support this) http://perso.club-internet.fr/farzeno/sonydek.htm


#5

<BLOCKQUOTE><font size=“1” face=“Verdana, Arial”>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Black Diamond:
Curious as to what this unit actually was so did a search and all I can say is what a waste of time to even have formultaed this idea.
Follow this link if anybody interested and see why it would be impossible (Besides the fact that there would definately NOT be software to support this) http://perso.club-internet.fr/farzeno/sonydek.htm
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Yo, Black Diamond
I never said that it was a DAT recorder for the PC, I said it was an audio DAT recorder and thougt maybe their was some genius kid that found a way to hook it on to a computer. I don,t think it’s a stupid question, some people have hookt a complete house to a PC, like a cofee machine or a toaster. I was just wondering.

bye