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I turned on my RC-50 and Data Damaged came on, I checked the manual and executed factory reset, it the came up with Data Error, what can I do?

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: I was trying to transfer

Usually in any type of situation when data is being transferred and the connection is prematurely lost there is data lost and or file corruption.



My suggestion:

Connect the Boss Rc 50 to your computer and backup its entire contents to your computer if possible.

Next perform a Hard Reset: While simultaneously holding down the "PLAY MODE" and "LOOP SYNC" buttons, turn the power on. Everything should be restored to factory settings.



If your backup was successful, then you can transfer desired files (one at time) to determine if the are usable. If a file causes errors or malfunction, then most likely it is corrupt.



Hope this helps

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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SOURCE: cannot get my RC 50 to factory reset.

Here is the latest update:http://www.bossus.com/gear/productdetails.php?ProductId=772# Click on download. Their support number is 323-890-3743. Hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 28, 2009

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I was trying to transfer data from the RC-50 to my computer and pulled out the USB cable by mistake from the computer and now the RC-50 says Data Damaged. I think I may have put the file in the trash in...


Usually in any type of situation when data is being transferred and the connection is prematurely lost there is data lost and or file corruption.



My suggestion:

Connect the Boss Rc 50 to your computer and backup its entire contents to your computer if possible.

Next perform a Hard Reset: While simultaneously holding down the "PLAY MODE" and "LOOP SYNC" buttons, turn the power on. Everything should be restored to factory settings.



If your backup was successful, then you can transfer desired files (one at time) to determine if the are usable. If a file causes errors or malfunction, then most likely it is corrupt.



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Here's a hunch:
When the RC-50 was hooked up, your computer had access to the internal memory. The WAVE directory is where the wave data is stored. The RC-50 must have noticed that the wave data for patches that were supposed to have data was in fact gone.

So, you can probably just do a factory reset:
With the power off, while holding both single/multi and loop-sync, power the RC-50 up until it greets you with SYSTEM/PATCH use the PARAMETER buttons to go back and forth. In your case, you can probably leave "SYSTEM" alone and just select PATCH. Once you've selected which section of the RC-50 you want to reset, hit the WRITE button.

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Cannot get my RC 50 to factory reset.


Here is the latest update:http://www.bossus.com/gear/productdetails.php?ProductId=772# Click on download. Their support number is 323-890-3743. Hope this helps.

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