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Message Posted: Thu, 30 Mar 2000 @ 17:58:43 GMT
I have never tried this on a tape produced by arcmain so try it on a test tape first (I guess one of the failed arcmain tapes is probably ok 'cos they sound like you can't use them anymore anyway).
On NT, there is a utility called backup (which backs stuff up to tape). This has a menu option to erase a tape. You could try this.
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To erase a tape, try
tapecntl -e /dev/your_tape_drive_special_name_here
tapecntl -e /dev/rmt/c0t3d0s0
Good Luck (and remember I haven't tried this on an arcmain tape myself).
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