Started by eviani, February 10, 2009, 05:08:51 PM
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Quote from: "leelustig"sounds like you're takin' care of business there :lol:
Quote from: "Jem"You have to go to the Utility menu under the "Menu" button and select User restore - restore settings from the memory card. It'll then prompt you to turn the Fantom on and off again and it should be good to go after that.
Quote from: "Jem"hmmm, weird. It works just fine here on my X6. Have you got V2.10 installed on your 8?
Quote from: "Pedro"I tried searching the Roland Clan boards in case I could find the answer and found someone called "eviani" on there with *exactly* the same problem....what are the chances of that, eh? Hope they can help you or that your extra memory sorts it out. Having such a gift from the Jemster only to have the tech let you down must be particularly gutting.I have everything crossed fro yuo....
Quote from: "Pedro"I'm not Fantom-enabled so this waffle might make no sense at all but I can imagine a scenario where the format and folder names need to be "just so" or an unhelpful error message appears.Have you tried getting the Fantom to blank/format the card (assuming Jem's gems are somewhere safe) and getting the Fantom to write something to it....so it creates the folder structure using the right names and cases for folders and files....and then just replacing the file it wrote with Jem's?If this fails then you could be fairly sure that it is either something about the file itself or the way you are copying it.Some systems, even these days, cannot cope with filenames that are not in the ancient 8.3 format (you know.... WONDERL~.MID that kind of thing).Several years ago I worked on a system where the fileneme was embedded in the file itself so renaming the file on a different computer effectively broke it....you could only rename the file using the system itself.Erm....I'm out of ideas now....
Quote from: "Jem"I'm wracking my brains now as it works just fine here with a carbon copy of the files you've got. Are you dropping the entire X7 folder onto the card? As in not taking the files out of the X7 folder?If so, that'll be what's doing it. The X7 folder is just a carrier folder. The Fantom won't understand it.