Tape Restore

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Ultrium 1
Ultrium 4
We just upgraded from a model 520 to a model 720. I have been using Ultrium 1 for backups on the 520. The new system uses Ultrium 4. Is there any way that I can restore the Ultrium 1 to the new system, I have some history files that I need ?

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  • TomLiotta
    We just upgraded from a model 520 to a model 720. I don't recall hearing of going from a 520 to a 720 referred to as an "upgrade" before, but I suppose there are configurations that make sense. In any case, the LTO cartridges and tape unit compatibility page in the i 7.1 Info Center claims that Ultrium 1 cartridges aren't even read-only compatible with Ultrium 4 drives. That's as far as I know. Tom
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    Thank you Tom, the link to read/ write capabilites was very helpful.
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