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Caring for Your Tapes

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Authoreric   Category Related Resource   Comments0   Post Time 2008-01-20 20:25:08 -0500

Tapes are delicate storage media, but like the hard drive, people often fail to give their tapes adequate attention and protection.

    Keep your tapes boxed until you need to use them. Opening tape boxes prematurely will unnecessarily increase a new tape's exposure to dust, moisture and sunlight, and could eventually erode a tape's quality and dependability.

    Do not attempt to load a tape into the drive if you notice dents, cracks or moisture in the tape's cases, hinged doors or file-protect selectors. Loading a damaged tape could not only lead to further tape damage, but compromise the integrity of your system.

    Store your tapes in proper fashion. It's important to store your tapes in their original cases, and standing upright. This helps prevent uneven winding of the tape and protects them from potentially damaging environmental elements.

    Beware of temperature extremes. Store your tapes at room temperature. Excessive heat can cause the plastic used in tapes to constrict, causing instant destruction and unpredictable read/write errors in your tapes.

    Avoid magnetic fields. Speakers, microwave ovens and printer heads can destroy your tapes and erase all information stored on them.

If you lost the data in tapes without backing up, there are no tools help you recover the data from them including EASEUS Data Recovery Wizard. The best way to protect the data in tapes is that you’d better often backup them in regular.

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