Electronics Forum | Thu May 17 08:21:34 EDT 2007 | floydf
The controller may be fried. A company named Unidec sells refurbed Universal boards.
Electronics Forum | Thu May 17 11:11:09 EDT 2007 | stepheniii
What medium is the exec stored on? Maybe your floppy has a bad sector, do you have a back up copy of the exec or maybe can get one?
Electronics Forum | Thu May 24 11:35:54 EDT 2007 | kevinjm
Just to let you all know, switched on machine monday morn, loaded the exec, and,,, it worked. No problems. Thanks for all the replies anyway
Electronics Forum | Thu May 24 22:26:08 EDT 2007 | slthomas
Of course we all know those intermittent failures never come back after a successful Monday a.m. boot. ;)
Electronics Forum | Thu May 17 10:56:03 EDT 2007 | jdengler
Kevin, There are many possible causes. Can you give us some background? Has this exec ever been transfered into this machine from this PC? Do you have other exec's and/or PC's. As previously stated it sounds like a memory issue but could be communic
Electronics Forum | Thu May 17 03:52:34 EDT 2007 | kevinjm
Hi lads, I have a problem with asequencer 2596. We had a power cut last week which cut power to the seq. The battery on the controller box was dead(now replaced), which meant the exec file got deleted from machine. Now I can't load it back up again.
Electronics Forum | Thu May 17 10:02:43 EDT 2007 | slthomas
It's been years, so take my comments as being worth what you're paying for them. ;) Sounds like it could be running out of memory space. I don't remember anything about being able to clear it or whether or not the exec shares space with anything els
Electronics Forum | Thu May 17 10:48:20 EDT 2007 | mgrimes
Kevin, As Steve mentioned, you could be running out of memory space - a few things to check: 1. What is the file size and how far does it get when loading the exec back on? Depending on this, you could be out of memory. 2. You may or may not need a
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 12 09:02:30 EST 2022 | peterm
You teach the corners of the component picked from the previous steps. Just select "PTF RR BTWN RAIL" slot 75 in "feeder teach" and it should move over to the belt.
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 12 10:38:01 EST 2022 | poly
Cool, I do exactly that, I teach the bottom left and top right corner as it says... though maybe I should try the other ways. It gives me a totally wrong value.