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• Is the SmartMedia inserted correctly?
Insert the SmartMedia with the contacts facing
upward.................................................................. p.97
• Does the SmartMedia allow data to be written?
A write protect sticker may have been affixed to
prohibit writing.
Remove the write protect sticker, insert the
SmartMedia correctly into the slot, and try the save
or load operation once again. ............................ p.97
Pressing the [SAMPLING] key does not enter Sam-
pling mode.
• Is the EXB-SMPL installed correctly? ....... PG p.253
Cannot input sound
• Is the EXB-SMPL installed correctly? ....... PG p.253
• Is your audio source connected to the AUDIO
INPUT 1, 2 jacks? ................................................. p.34
• Is the [LEVEL] knob raised?............................... p.34
• Is the [MIC/LINE] switch set appropriately?
• If there is no sound in Sampling mode, go to SMPL
1.1: Recording, select the Input/Pref page, and
make sure that "Lvl" and "BUS" are set correctly.
................................................................
• If there is no sound in Program, Combination, or
Sequencer modes, go to GLOBAL 1.1: System,
select the Audio In page, and make sure that
"Input1 Level," "Input1 BUS Select," "Input2
Level" and "Input2 BUS Select" are set correctly.
............................................................
• If sound is still not input even after you have set
"Input 1 Level," "Input 2 BUS Select," "Input 2
Level," and "Input 2 BUS Select" in the GLOBAL
1.1: System, Audio In page, temporarily lower the
"Input 1 Level" and "Input 2 Level," and then
move to Program, Combination, or Sequencer
mode. Turn return to Global mode, and make the
settings once again. ........................................... p.111
Cannot record a sample
• Are one or more SIMM modules installed?
........................................................................ PG p.253
• Is there free memory area........................... PG p.118
Select a different memory bank................... PG p.90
Delete unneeded samples............................. PG p.94
Save important samples before deleting them.
.................................................................. PG p.94, 149
The TRITON Le does not recognize when MO
media has been exchanged, and does not cor-
rectly display the media information after the
exchange.
• If you are able to switch the mode setting of your
MO drive between DOS/V(PC/AT) and Mac
settings, please use DOS/V(PC/AT) mode. For
details on changing the mode of your drive, refer to
the owner's manual for your MO drive.
• Use the Media mode Media Information page
utility "Scan SCSI device" to remount the SCSI
device.
• If your MO drive does not have a mode setting, or
if the media exchange is not recognized even after
you switch the mode, use the drive select button to
select a different drive, and then re-select the MO
drive.
p.34
p.34, PG p.93
p.111, PG p.126
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