Question about Casio Music
If you have the part, you need a soldering iron, solder wick and solder. Apply heat with the iron to the lugs on the input that protrude through the circuit board, and apply solder wick to desolder the bad part - do this for all the contacts. Remove the bad connector, place the new one and heat the lugs one at a time, once the iron has been on the lug for several seconds, apply the solder to the lug and hold for a second or two. When the solder melts and flows remove the iron and the solder. Allow it to cool - repeat for all the lugs. A good solder joint is shiny. A bad one is dull, and that is called a cold solder joint. If you get a bad one, just heat it back up and wick the solder away and start over.
Posted on Sep 30, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
On reading specs, use of the USB is NOT supported on a MAC or on other than the 32 bit version of Vista. If you happen to have the 64 bit Vista, it won't work. All the other versions of Windows seem to be supported..
SOMETIMES one must install the software BEFORE connecting the USB cable to the unit. SOMETIMES one must install the drivers in SAFE MODE. These things are ridiculous, but some of the quirks of Windows are stupid.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
Fruity Loops version 4 requires Windows up to version XP.
If you happen to have Vista on your PC, you should probably retrofit to XP as there are MANY compatibility problems with Vista and a lot of the special purpose software.
First thing is to COMPARE the PC requirements against what Fruity Loops says it requires.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
SOURCE: Casio CTK 810 with Windows 7
You need a midi to usb interface, otherwise it is quite simple. I personally have an M-Audio interface that plugs into my midi out and plugs into your usb port on your computer. Once done, you can create a profile in Reason for your CTK. Windows 7 will notice the M-Audio device and then you will be able to use midi. You may have to install a specific driver for the particular M-AUdio device (or another midi to usb interface) but that is simple. You do not have to worry about a driver for the keyboard.
In my experience, M-Audio makes about the best midi/usb interface, and they come in all popular configurations. I use a very small 1-to-1 interface, though there are multi port interfaces one can buy. I purchased mine on eBay, though you can find them at Guitar Center if you have one in your City, or alternately Musiciansfriend.com web site. Many online stores sell them though. You amy want to use Amazon or a price comparison web site to find your best deal.
Thank you for using FixYa, and good luck.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
Try uninstalling and reinstalling both the keyboard and the game. If that doesn't work then the keyboard may not be compatible with the software.
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
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