This happened to my dr-1
what i did is took out the SD card, used a card reader to put all the songs from the music folder onto my laptop, then erased the songs from the card, reinserted it into the Dr-1 and no more error.
hope it helps. tascam doesn't come with a card reader, they use a usb but i've found that a card reader is faster and easier to manage. you can get one anywhere they sell electronics for about $15.
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I have the Tascam DP-02 it uses a fat 32 partition, Fat 32 partitions are pretty much obsolete replaced with the New Technology Filing System or N T F S for short. Using the DP-32 systems software try plugging the DP 32 in to your computer once the software for you new unit loads locate and open the fat 32 system folder I'm not sure if the DP 32 uses the same fat 32 partition, But if it does the fat 32 folder should be there, Locate and open it you should then be able to move or delete your recorded material as desired
Carol, Did you find a fix to this problem? My dp-03 is giving the same error message and ALL my searching has led me to your posts. Seems you haven't had a response. An authorized TASCAM repair center says it would be cheaper to buy a new one than have it repaired, but that seems NON-sensical to me. How can An operating system error fix cost more than all the hardware in the unit? TASCAM is about to lose MANY points with me, a PortaStudio user since the mid 1980's. I purchased this unit as a close out, as is, and it has NEVER functioned since purchase. Carol, please, PLEASE, tell me you found a fix.
I called support concerning the same problem and they advised me the only solutiion is to restore the DP 02 to its initial factory settings (Track Edit, cursor up, and power on simultaneously until the Dp asks Are you sure?) This will erase your hard drive. I've had this machine for less than two months and I'm really disappointed. Prior to this latest episode the DP would not let me load two songs, telling me File Error 1005 FF (Pwr off).
The only solution I know of is: turning off the unit, then simultaneously pressing Track Edit, Cursor up, and power button until the unit asks "are you sure?" This will unfortunately erase the hard drive.
Hi this is the only solution for your query jut do that
i) If these error occur, turn the DR-1 power OFF and restart the unit.
If the error message continues to appear, contact a TEAC Repair Center
other than that no solution we have so far.
The TASCAM DP-02 Owner's Manual has no reference to a mount error in it. There are many people online complaining about mount errors on their computers, mac and win, when hooking the tascam up via USB, but your post suggests this error was on the DP-02 itself, is that correct?
I get less than a dozen hits of people asking this question online, and absolutely no useful answers or responses.
Do you have the DP-02CF model? If so, it may be a faulty CompactFlash Type I card that it is trying to mount. If there is a disk in the drive, I'd remove that cd in case it is trying to mount a bad disk.
I can most likely help troubleshoot a troublesome USB-to-computer connection, but otherwise I'm going to have to refer you to TASCAM customer service, (although I must say the forums I've perused have little positive to say about them.) TASCAM support in the UK (a guess, but you did use the term 'mains' in your post) is provided by TEAC UK Limited at +44-8451-302511 or www.tascam.co.uk.