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Good Morning, I have a 1gb Modulator which after formating cannot sync to. I maybe have lost the software by formating. How can I reinstall the software? Arthur Tully.

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  • sneakyone Jul 26, 2009

    Please check the next comment I just forwarded.

  • sneakyone Jul 26, 2009

    Sorry I took so long,I had an appointmemt. It is a Virtual Reality Sound Labs Serious Sound 1gb.
    Arthur Tully.

















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Could you post the brand and model I'll see if the software is available.

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    I'm sorry I don't see or didn't receive any comments.

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