Share your knowledge on these two classic MPCs
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By JUKE 179r Sat Aug 12, 2017 4:25 am
It worked on my wife's Asus laptop with Win8.1 64-bit.
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By JUKE 179r Mon Aug 14, 2017 2:17 am
Here's the picture of my 3000LE connected to my wife's Asus laptop with Win 8.1 64bit showing the 23 of 26 partitions from the 1GB SD card in the SCSI2SD drive...
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By richie Mon Aug 14, 2017 4:23 am
@Juke have you been able to write/rewrite to other partitions without corrupting the partition table?
By vout Mon Aug 14, 2017 11:37 am
JUKE 179r wrote:Here's the picture of my 3000LE connected to my wife's Asus laptop with Win 8.1 64bit showing the 23 of 26 partitions from the 1GB SD card in the SCSI2SD drive...
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That actually looks like the best way to work with scsi and the 3k, no swapping cards around and you can access internal drives directly. Hmmm...

Nice LE btw!
By PLNB Tue Sep 05, 2017 3:36 am
Quick Question on the Microtech solution (3000LE with Raizin Monster/Valixi).. I have a Win 10 machine that sees the MPC partitions I created in the 3000 LE. I was able to drag drop a few waves in the USB folder "B" in windows, files were accepted on the card (saw them populated); however I cant see the 16 bit wav files in the 3000LE when I boot with the cable disconnected (Option #7 Load after drive "B" selected in 3000LE. Is there only a particular format file that the MCC can see, or another step I'm overlooking to be able to drag/drop sounds on the card in Windows, and have those read on the MPC when accessed after ejecting the SD in the 3000LE?

Thanks! :worthy:
By richie Wed Dec 06, 2017 1:07 am
That isn't a SCSI cable. As stated in the description, it's a RS232 (serial) to USB cable.

Funny thing is, they're asking 24.99 for what costs a few dollars on eBay but yeah no, that cable will not be of any use to you. If it were, we would have hoarded them already to flip on ebay for $150 each.