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I am trying to retrieve some files from a broken Aspen 40GB Jukebox. Since the driver is kernel specific (JB jukjebox software SunOS pre solaris) from the defunct company I can not seem to get past the not ready state of the jukebox. I tried to mount the two optical drives manually, but the software will not recognize the mounts. Although the files are tiff, the software wraps the data so a straight copy from the mounted filestructure gives a useless file. I have no doentation on the software, nor the original software, so I can not reload it and ...

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    I am trying to retrieve some files from a broken Aspen 40GB Jukebox.
    Since the driver is kernel specific (JB jukjebox software SunOS pre solaris)
    from the defunct company I can not seem to get past the not ready state of
    the jukebox.
    I tried to mount the two optical drives manually, but the software will not
    recognize the mounts.
    Although the files are tiff, the software wraps the data so a straight copy
    from the mounted filestructure gives a useless file. I have no doentation
    on the software, nor the original software, so I can not reload it and
    define a different single sierra optical drive as the jukebox.

    Any one have any idea what format the data is in?
    or
    Have familiarity or doentation for the aspen 40GB jukebox??

    Best Regards,
    Cmarts email: [email]martscmbigplanet.com[/email]


    Charles Marts Guest

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    "Charles Marts" <cmartsbigplanet.com> wrote:
    > I am trying to retrieve some files from a broken Aspen 40GB Jukebox.
    > Since the driver is kernel specific (JB jukjebox software SunOS pre
    solaris)
    > from the defunct company I can not seem to get past the not ready state of
    > the jukebox.
    > I tried to mount the two optical drives manually, but the software will
    not
    > recognize the mounts.
    > Although the files are tiff, the software wraps the data so a straight
    copy
    > from the mounted filestructure gives a useless file. I have no
    doentation
    > on the software, nor the original software, so I can not reload it and
    > define a different single sierra optical drive as the jukebox.
    >
    > Any one have any idea what format the data is in?
    > or
    > Have familiarity or doentation for the aspen 40GB jukebox??
    >
    > Best Regards,
    > Cmarts email: [email]martscmbigplanet.com[/email]
    >
    Hi,

    I believe that you have two problems.

    1. How to mount the drive anyway.

    2. How to extract the data. I do not believe that this is related to the
    jukebox. It is releated to the application that is using the jukebox. It is
    probably a DMS software like Filenet.

    HTH,

    Axel Neumann


    Axel Neumann Guest

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