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Transfer recording from technics piano model sx-pr602-m to comput

Appears no connection between computer and piano while we join them with jack cable. computer does not recognise any files from piano

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    I can't get my Yamaha P150 piano to be recognised when I connect it to my computer. I have downloaded the drivers for 2 of my computers and tried to install them, but it always fails saying "there is no device connected". I have tried using two different cables (in case that was the problem) to connect the piano to the computer; but that didn't help. I have made sure the piano is off initially and then turned on later on (I've tried all combinations of off and on). My computers don't even seem to be recognising that there is "new hardware" attached. The computers are both very good and new (i7 processors and running on Windows 7 etc). All other devices show up on my computers but not this piano. Any tips on how to solve this? Or is it possible I just have a dodgy piano?

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The correct way to transfer files from the piano to a computer is via the MIDI out socket on the piano ...not the jack
you may possible need a midi to usb convertor ...which readly available and cheap

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