Where is 1.02?

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  • #692

    gseher
    Keymaster

    Was it really there all along? I could swear I looked everwhere…but yeah! Got it now. Have some errands to do (damn) and so won’t get to try for a few hours. This has 2 features that I really have wanted – the multitrack recording (how will it work with the continuum – we’ll see), and the midi thru on record. Can’t wait.

    #1129

    gseher
    Keymaster

    Was it really there all along? I could swear I looked everwhere…but yeah! Got it now. Have some errands to do (damn) and so won’t get to try for a few hours. This has 2 features that I really have wanted – the multitrack recording (how will it work with the continuum – we’ll see), and the midi thru on record. Can’t wait.

    #1128

    gseher
    Keymaster

    I can’t find it either… :-(

    #1127

    gseher
    Keymaster

    Yes, it is all here. go to service->OS software, or ->documentation, accordingly. The OS software is now also linked in from the front page. Thanks for pointing this out.

    Post edited by: super, at: 2007/06/30 23:17

    #1130

    Daniel
    Participant

    Update to OS 1.02

    Hi I just did the update to OS 1.02 but for the progress have been come to row 14, line 3 (last green LED which lits), nothing happens anymore.:dry:

    You know why?

    #1134

    gseher
    Keymaster

    I was just about to write & ask if going from v1 to v1.02 needed for the bootloader to be changed again.

    I’ll find out the hard way in a few minutes & let you know… :-)

    if you’ve gone straight from 0.9x to 1.02, you’ll need to start over- the instructions are all in the manual (the release notes should also point this out, though!), so you need to run a couple of other routines to repack the memory for the new o/s.
    sorry if this is old news & doesn’t help…

    d.

    #1135

    gseher
    Keymaster

    Just to quickly recap’ the update procedure:

    1. in system mode (power-on or reset with ESC pressed) you first send the OS installer file to the machine, and flash it (red program)
    2. after rebooting into the OS updater you are ready to send it the OS file, which you then flash (red program button again).
    3. start without loading the flash memory (CLR pressed) and save the clear state to flash.

    Which part of the procedure (1 or 2 obviously) causes problems?

    #1136

    gseher
    Keymaster

    duncandisorderly wrote:

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    I was just about to write & ask if going from v1 to v1.02 needed for the bootloader to be changed again.

    I’ll find out the hard way in a few minutes & let you know… :-)

    if you’ve gone straight from 0.9x to 1.02, you’ll need to start over- the instructions are all in the manual (the release notes should also point this out, though!), so you need to run a couple of other routines to repack the memory for the new o/s.
    sorry if this is old news & doesn’t help…

    d.

    Going from 1.00 to 1.02 you will not need to change the bootloader.
    But (as stated above), make sure to use the OS updater.

    #1138

    gseher
    Keymaster

    Just confirming that the update went well here. os x using sysex librarian, with 100 ms pause between messages.

    #1137

    gseher
    Keymaster

    How to Know the OS’value ?

    On the manuel, i found how to see if my O.S is 1.XX or more.
    But How to know the exact O.S value ? (1.02)
    Thanks

    #1141

    Administrator
    Participant

    Simply read out the number.
    OS v1.02 will show 102: Red 100, green 2 :-)

    #1142

    gseher
    Keymaster

    but i don’t see number
    Only Tempo button blink orange!!:S
    after push GRID x2 + ESC

    Post edited by: multisca, at: 2007/07/03 13:51

    Post edited by: multisca, at: 2007/07/03 13:51

    #1143

    Administrator
    Participant

    This means that you have 1.0x.
    Reboot the machine holding ESC pressed and you will enter the system mode. There you will see the number readout, which should be 100 (red 100).

    #1144

    gseher
    Keymaster

    "This means that you have 1.0x.
    Reboot the machine holding ESC pressed and you will enter the system mode. There you will see the number readout, which should be 100 (red 100)."

    When i reboot in system mode i have the number 102 on the circle readout (red for 100 and green on 2)…. :blink:

    Why ?

    Post edited by: multisca, at: 2007/07/04 12:49

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