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#167181 - 02/04/02 07:48 AM Re: Yamaha 9000Pro: Registration "problem"
9000 Robby Offline
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Registered: 07/10/01
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Hi Thomas


Do you understand German?

If then look at you nevertheless times my pdf assistance in addition.

this file is made in German
http://home.a-city.de/robert.mueller/pdf/Style_ueber_DiskDirect.pdf


this file is made in English
http://home.a-city.de/robert.mueller/pdf/Style_ueber_DiskDirect-E.pdf

http://home.a-city.de/robert.mueller/pdf.html

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#167182 - 02/04/02 04:42 PM Re: Yamaha 9000Pro: Registration "problem"
thomas.boenes@c2i.net Offline
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Registered: 01/27/02
Posts: 16
Hi! :-)

Thank you for your tips, Robert! :-)

I have to try this out, but need some time to rename my files... :-)

I didn't know there was a maximum of 250 styles per directory... (I have experienced many minutes (2-3) with "hangs"; The Disk-in-use-light lights up and brights constantly, while nothing can be done (Message on display: "Checking")... Maybe this is the reason, I may have more than 250 styles in the folder...

Have a nice day!


Regards,
Thomas

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#167183 - 02/06/02 11:51 PM Re: Yamaha 9000Pro: Registration "problem"
JonPro Offline
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Registered: 11/15/01
Posts: 89
Loc: Sydney, Australia
Hi Thomas,
Congrats on your new baby. Once your through the teething stage I know that you will have tremendous blessings from your board.
To address your questions -
Registrations - Yes what has been said already is what I do. I have set up a directory exclusively for direct access styles which I use either from registrations or the Music Data Base. The next trick is to rename them with a numeric to keep the order, eg HeyJude becomes 1HayJude. Then I make this directory the default disk direct diectory and save it through system back-up. This means that every time I switch the board on it automatically goes to this directory.
2. The limited number of files per directory is a trap for young players (me to). I believe that it is a limitation of the operating system.
3. The screen flashing. (I have had my 9000PRO for about 8 months). This has happened to me on the rare odd occasion. At first I had a mild panic (I think I was in the middle of a number during a gig. I contacted my local Yamaha expert who did not know anything about it. He said that he would probably need the board for about three weeks to see what was wrong (!!!) I guess to be fair, the problem only occurs rarely, so it may have taken him that long to observe it. Anyway I decided that I could not be with out the board for that length of time, so I put up with it. When it does occur I find forcing a screen refresh (like pressing the exit or quick access keys) restores the screen to normal. I think if anyone can identify what the problem is so that a technician can quickly get in and fix it, then I will get mine fixed. The problem does not happen often enough to be of concern to me.

Jon.

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#167184 - 02/11/02 12:52 PM Re: Yamaha 9000Pro: Registration "problem"
thomas.boenes@c2i.net Offline
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Registered: 01/27/02
Posts: 16
Thank you! :-)

I hope I will soon get the time to try this out... Renaming the styles into prefixed 000...250 may take some time on the keyboard. I really enjoy PLAYING the keyboard, hehe

Thank you for your help! :-)


Regards,
Thomas

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#167185 - 02/15/02 04:43 PM Re: Yamaha 9000Pro: Registration "problem"
9000 Robby Offline
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Registered: 07/10/01
Posts: 112
Loc: Germany
Hello PSR-9000 & 9000Pro Friends

Subject

Help Instructions as PDF

All my pdf are translated

A cordial thank-beautifully on Translation by:

Eddie J., England - Eric B., California - Rainer S, - Switzerland - Thomas S, New York

http://home.a-city.de/robert.mueller/pdf-E.html


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