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It's just a guide how I did it,
if they do it you take responsibility for your device.
I installed an SSD in my Audya 4.
My Audya4 with original HDD, no purchase styles and Sounds by Ketron.
I used a SSD 120GB WD (Western Digital) and a cheap IDE To SATA adapter.
So now the simple version, plug the SSD into the adapter,
connect the original cable to the adapter (I can upload pictures if anyone is interested)
Turn Audya 4 on and let it boot.
There is an error, Phase Error, please wait for the Audya 4 to continue booting after a few seconds.
Then the message HDD can not be read F1 Formatting.
Confirm F1, after formatting turn off the Audya4. Remove the SSD again.
The SSD no longer in the PC format very important.
Now copy the original HDD with all hidden system files to the SSD.
Mark all directories and files on the original HDD and copy them to the SSD.
Finally, the message 4 overwrite system files, I have overwritten them.
Then install the SSD with the adapter back into your Audya 4 ready.
I have tried everything now, everything works,
everything that worked before. My styles with audio drums everything.
.Ins files are loaded without problems. DJ Loops perfect.
Record in .wav, .mp3 perfect. I have not noticed anything, not even the sound.
Until now, everything is running, have already turned it on several times,
always booted without problems.
The IDE to SATA costs about 9 € and the WD SSD about 30 €.
The LED flashes green when loading, so everything is fine.
My USB sticks work perfectly, direct loading and playing or copying everything works.
I tested it for a very long time, everything was great so far.
Everything is loaded and saved.
Sound Audio Drums shortcuts.
Read from USB and written.
My Audya4 has booted every time, perfectly.