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My tascam MD-801R deck keeps cuting out mid track and once I saw a message which says 'Servo error'. Anyone have any ideas what the fault may relate to. Thanks David

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First try turning off the onboard audio device using the BIOS interface. Try pressing f4, f2 or delete key rapidly at the flash screen beginning when you first turn on the computer. Look around in the bios (usually in "integrated periperals" area) and disable any onboard audio options that you see.
-In windows XP you can go to Control panel - Sound Devices and change the "map through" feature, select your default device, and run a hardware test simulation with a microphone for each device. Nice setup btw.

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Common problem with these decks-the capstan motor needs to be replaced- A DIY job if you are careful and have some mechanical common sense- Tascam still sells these motors, around $100

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The motors have long been out of availability and they need to be repaired now. I do them but some of them still have problems which have to be resolved. The new motors they sold would be no better that the ones in the deck as they were made with the same junk SMD parts

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