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Dear Sirs, Do you have capability of copying tape width:1/4inch(quarter inch cartridge), reel diameter 3 inches, reel to reel, 4 tracks recovery phptograph attached , I mean erasing damaged cartridge which there is a problem on it and data recovery from one working cartridge to copy the programs in to the erased one.? We have a tape which there are programs recorded in it. But there is a problem although we can load one program we cant load the second one which some programs cannot be loaded. We are thinking that some areas are defected due to some reasons. Do you have experience on these old tapes working as storage of programs? If you dont have the capability to solve the problem, please advise somebody which we can contact with them. Best Regards, Handan Turkoglu EYMIR Muh. Ltd. GAlyum Blok No:B-06 ODTÜ/TEKNOKENT ANKARA/TURKEY Phone:90-312-2101085 Fax : 90-312-2101753 e.mail:handan@eymir.com.tr

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Number of Cylinders 8
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Firing Order 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8
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