Question about Yamaha Portable Keyboard with 61 Touch-Sensitive Keys and General MIDI
This refuses to acknowledge that a disk has some 28 tunes/accompaniments recorded on it. It went like this as I was scrolling up the numbers to get to the last tune first. It had been reading fine until then.
I thought I may have upset it's programming, would a reset of factory settings lose the stuf it came with? I have nothing of my own installed on it.
It needs no further fixing now.
I rebooted the keyboard as suggested by the FAQ then reformatted the floppy in the computer. I tried a recording which it then played back fine. It also acknowledged the title of the song as 001song as normal.
Thanks for the chance to air the problem though.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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