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Re: More Softstep Feedback - Attention Bill Walker:)

there is definetly something wrong with it,you can ask all those
questions to Xavier,hes more knowledgable about it than i am.

On Sat, Apr 2, 2011 at 6:13 PM, Chris Henkel <chris.henkel@web.de> wrote:
> ...hmmmm...
> 2011/4/1 Louie Angulo <louie.angulo@googlemail.com>
>> UnO chip,as soon as i replaced it all the problems were gone and ive
>> been more than happy with it ever since.
> ...i had upgraded my (bought used) FCB1010 a couple of years ago with the
> UnO 1.0.2f, but was never able to get it to work as i wanted it to...
> ...after reading this thread i have spent the better part of this day 
> again to get the FCB to work...followed every step carefully in all
> concerned manuals, installed the Ripwerx on a Win-machine after i couldnt
> get it to work on a Mac at all etc. etc....
> ...all this to find that it seems that the 'memory' of my FCB is 
>damaged: it
> does not remember a setting when switched off, and i cannot configure it
> from the Ripwerx, only using the FCB itself...but then again, when 
> off all configuration is gone and some 'random' configuration is set, 
>that i
> can read via the Ripwerx, and that is different every time i read it...
> ...my question now: is the memory physically different from the 
>UnO-chip? -
> if yes, can it be replaced? - how could i identify the memory-chip and 
> can i get a replacement? - is it worth it?...i'll try to find answers in 
> documentation, but perhaps someone could help out and answer some of the
> questions already?...
> ...as i have bought the thing used a couple of years ago it may well be 
> it was sold back then because of this error, that i could not identify 
> then...
> TIA.