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My synth wont load when I power it on. can anyone help?


I suggest a hard reboot / initialize. Istructions are in your manual or on the Korg website

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Factory settings


With IDES4, I can load factory defaults to my WK8000.
WK500 uses DATA MANAGER 5.0. If I am not mistaken, you can only save/restore/delete "user data" from and to the instrument.
FACTORY Settings are always unchanged in the instrument and it reset itself every time you power cycle.

Jan 15, 2014 | Casio Wk500 Wk-500 Keyboard Workstation...

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Factory reset for the yamaha aw4416 workstation


The original factory settings of the AW4416 can be restored by recalling Scene Memory '00'.

1) Press the [SCENE] button in the 'AUTOMATION' section.

2) Press the [F1] button to display the 'Scene Mem' page.

3) Turn the (DATA/JOG) dial to select '00.Initial Data' on the screen.

4) Press the yellow [ENTER] button.


Reference: Operation Guide, p. 203

Sep 09, 2012 | Yamaha Aw4416 Aw 4416 Workstation

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How to factory reset mpd18


Heres how to restore your MPD24 factory defaults using the Vyzex software:

1. Plug in your MPD24 with USB cable, and then open the Vyzex software.
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2. Click File > Open
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3. Select Factory SET.SQS, and click open it.
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4. You should now see BFD Lite and other details on the Vyzex MPD image.
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5. As long as you're on the DATA tab, you should see a PUT SET button available. Press it to transfer the factory presets to your MPD24.
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6. An overwrite warning will be displayed. Press YES to overwrite your damaged MPD24 presets with the factory presets.
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You'll see a progress bar filling up for about 10 seconds, and then once it disappears, that's it!

You're all done - Enjoy!

Jul 29, 2011 | Akai Professional MPD18 Steven Slate...

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What is fatal error


Did you POSSIBLY try to do a firmware update and crash during the process? If so, then the OS is probably fatally clobered and you will have to send unit to a place to do a factory RESTORE. You should try a factory RESET first however. Do these:

http://www.themusichelpers.com/z/374154100001886

Jul 24, 2011 | Roland FANTOMG8

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Rhythm accompaniment does not play. Start button flashes 3 green then 1 red. Began when someone randomly pushed number buttons on the key pad.


Do an initialization (factory reset) by holding the HIGHEST WHITE key down and turning on the power. Hold the key for an extended time until display confirms initialization complete. This will restore unit to factory defaults.

Jul 14, 2011 | Yamaha YPG-625 (YPG625) Digital Piano

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My YAMAHA PSR-S900 is full of viruses! how can i proceed to clean it?


The computer processor in these is NOT subject to the viruses like PC's are.

Do a factory reset on the keyboard to restore factory settings.

Dec 27, 2010 | Yamaha PSR-S500 Digital Keyboard

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Not reading cds


There may be dust inside the unit on the laser. Try shoting some compressed air in the CD drive area to clean out. Also, ensure that the CD surface is clean, and try a different factory made audio CD. Sometimes CD players have problems reading "burned" CD's.

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