Question about Akai MPC-4000 Plus Production Center (w/80 GB Hard Drive&Onboard Sounds)
My internal 80gig drive has crashed (i think). The MPC won't let it boot up, keeps looking for the autoload fie, but eventually boots up. When you look for the disk it see's an EMPTY hard drive but you can't access it, personally I think it's failed to mount. What would the sollution be for this?
I NEED AKAI DRUM MACHIN 4000. HOW TO FINDE IT
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
You need to buy a replacement drive on ebay or fro seagate.com
and if you can try to access your mpc4000 hd with your pc using akaisys...and if you can access the information, then store it on your desktop and when you replace the drive just load all of your info back on to the new drive..dont worry about the o.s. because its still on your mpc..so when you install the new drive and dump the sounds back on it..then your'e as good as new....i just finished the process on mine myself..hope it works out for ya..if not email me back @ email@example.com
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
U go to dos mode to using boot disk or ,press F8 after post screen,then select dos mode and type in dos mode as 'chkdsk'
follow onscreen instruction ,thats all ,thats ok ,restart the pc then try again ,thats working i hope
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
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