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My Ensoniq KS 32 keyboard has lost all my sequences, all 8,500 notes - low battery! Yet my Midi-Ox software acted like it was uploading and saving it to my computer, although the total file is only 2.12 KB. Years ago I saved those sequences on a floppy drive through a Kawai Q-80 machine, which I no longer own. I have now downloaded the KS Editor software as well. My computer has a floppy drive. Putting all this together, can I retrieve my sequences? They took me hundreds of hours to record! Help!

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KS-32 replace "Low Battery" worked for a few weeks, turned on today and get "Button #9", "Button # 54" and NO "Ensoniq KS-32" scroll as it did prior. Took battery out and reinstalled, same situation. Tried to reboot as manual says, however there are no light on the buttons when pushed. guess thats about it, what is my next step?
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  • Guy Cassegrain Oct 24, 2010

    This fellow can't write a proper sentence in English. Moreover, he's not providing any solution, he's asking a question, and a barely intelligible one at that!

  • viedeovultur Oct 25, 2010

    Dear English Police
    this is not a solution, it's a question as to my problem and you can't supply a solution either, so why bother with the critique you have no knowledge of. Go police someone else, dirtbag.

    rick

  • Guy Cassegrain Oct 26, 2010

    Your first reply was sent to me as a solution, not a question, by Fixya, so you'll have to blame them for that mix-up, not me. On the other hand, the reason to use proper English is to be understood. Nobody in his right mind could have made sense what you wrote. Before resorting to insults, you should try to see if you can do better. This kind of wrting is a national disease and it's no wonder people can't understand each other, least of all on the net.

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