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DTX 2.0 Data (send/store/retrieve)

I have recently purchased (s/h) a Yamaha DTX 2.0 Drum Kit. The kit did not include a storage device and I would like to know if it is possible to send/store/retrieve 'bulk dump' data from the DTX 2.0 module to an external device other than having to use the recommended Yamaha Midi Data Filer MDF2?

I would like to know if anyone can recommend a unit or of any software that I could use as an alternative to an MDF2 or an MDF3 Module?

I have a PC Laptop (OS: Windows XP) or a Mac Laptop (OSX-Tiger).

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