unload
  • To remove a computer storage medium, such as a disc or tape, from a drive or other device utilized to read and/or write from and/or to it.
  • To transfer data from a computer storage medium, such as a disk or tape, or a database. Also, to remove a program from memory.
  • To remove a disk, cassette, reel, cartridge, drum, or other object composed of, or containing a recordable medium from a device utilized for recording and/or reproduction.
  • To remove an output load.

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