tape drive

NOUN
  1. a mechanism that transports magnetic tape across the read/write heads of a tape playback/recorder
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How To Use tape drive In A Sentence

  • The current technology for such machines is the streaming tape drive.
  • If you provide enough disk storage, an entire backup run can proceed on schedule even when a tape drive fails or when somebody neglects to load the expected tapes.
  • ‘In the past year, we purchased a number of all-in-one desktop and notebook PCs, none of which have an internal slot for a tape drive,’ explained Benson.
  • Atari 800, Atari printer, Atari 1010 Tape drive, and 2 atari 1050 5 1/4 Double Density Disk Drive. EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Best desktop setup in the world
  • A powerful PC server loaded with disk and tape drives might require 1,000 volt-amperes or more.
  • The text passed compare, replace and analysis typical faults of FUJITSU M2483 and M2488 series cartridge tape drives, find out bad component elements, final make fault was removed.
  • Both the linear and helical scan tape drives and the disk drive keep an accurate record of the location of data on the recorded media.
  • It turns out that I have no system with a wide, single-ended SCSI controller, which is what the tape drive needs. July 29th, 2006
  • The standard equipment for data backups is a tape drive, also known as a streamer.
  • As a streaming technology, tape drives work best when data is coming to them at their rated speed.
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