MISSING TAPE RECORD-When verifying, the data file contained the record specified
by FILE and KEY, but the tape did not. The next record will be sought.
KEY: _ _ MISSING DATA FILE RECORD-When verifying, the tape contained a record that the
data file did not. The next record will be sought.
**MISMATCH-When verifying, the content of the specified record was not the same on
the tape as it is in the data file. The next record will be sought.
FILE: ___ KEY: ___ MATCH-When verifying, the specified record on the tape matched that of the data file.
LOADING FILE: ___ KEY: _ _ -The specified record is being loaded from the tape to the (RAM or bubble)
DUMPING FILE: ___ KEY: _ _ -The specified record is being dumped from (RAM or bubble) memory to the
**READ ERRORS ENCOUNTERED-This is a reminder, after a load or verify, that recoverable read errors were
The Cassette Tape Loader requires little maintenance. The head should be cleaned with isopropyl alchohol using a
lint free cotton swab as needed. If the unit is used every day, the heads should be cleaned once a week. Normally, if data
becomes questionable, cleaning the head or changing the tape solves the problem.
If the tape loader will not be used for more than an hour, the tape should be rewound. Tape cassettes should be
rewound prior to being removed from the transport and they should be stored rewound.
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