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Hdcd corrupt ifile

Song will play then stop with a system failure text or corrupt file. I'll start it up, sometimes it catches and starts and sometimes it won't. This is the first time it has happen to me. I'm on the gig! I need help is there some kind of default measure that will save my songs till I get it in the shop? Thanks LeRoy

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  • the ootsman Apr 06, 2008

    Master-link will record fine but playback toward end of CD will cut in and out then give system error

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Hi LeRoy. Your songs should be safe anyway. Alesis will just ghost the playlists over to a new drive and update the software. Corrupt sectors are not uncommon. The problem isn't usually the fault of Alesis. They are not always the the OEM manufacturer of the drive itself, only the software installed on it.

My data was ghosted onto a new drive and haven't had any problems since.

RB

(PS. If the song that is sticking is corrupted, it may not copy, or you may not want to copy it. I would re-copy the song onto the new drive from your back-ups)

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