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#1614576 - 05/26/19 08:47 PM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: 369]
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I finally got the right ssd to work with my VS2480 DVD. I bought a Samsung v-nand 860 EVO 250 GB, as advised by fratje, and it worked with both IDE to SATA adapters: the one he told and JP103-5. The VS recognized the drive right away and then I get it formated with physical format and surface scan both OFF. Now I will try external SCSI as soon as I receive the adapter.

Edited by 369 (05/27/19 11:02 PM)

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#1614577 - 05/26/19 08:51 PM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: frotje]
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Hi fratje. I finally got it to work. Thank you so much for your advise.

Edited by 369 (05/26/19 08:52 PM)

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#1614926 - 05/29/19 03:48 AM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: 369]
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You're welcome!
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#1617521 - 06/17/19 03:43 PM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: 369]
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I'm in the process of trying to update my VS-2480CD from version 2.50 to version 2.504 so that I can then install a DVD.
Once the DVD is installed and working, backup all of my data, and then upgrade to a 120GB SSD.
Did any of you have problems getting the Roland to go into "update mode" when putting in the CD with the new ISO ?
Having re-downloaded, re-extracted, and re-burned the image file to CD twice, I still cannot get into update mode even after following the instructions (from Roland and from members) to the letter.
Please help if you are able!
Thank you very much,
Don (slingacat)

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#1617531 - 06/17/19 05:44 PM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: slingacat]
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Please disregard. After erasing all of my downloaded images, and starting all over again, I was able to follow the steps and update my unit to v2.504.
Next steps, install a DVD drive, back up files, then install the 120 GB SDD.
Thanks for you patience, and sorry for the false alarm.

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#1619741 - 07/01/19 01:50 PM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: 369]
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I now have 5 IDE to SATA adaptors and 2 SSD cards. Only one adapter is recognized by the VS but will not format. I'm wondering if there is some setting in the VS preventing these from working.
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#1628138 - 09/03/19 11:19 AM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: Cantsleep]
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Hey, any luck/update with using SSD's internally in a VS2480CD/DVD, both internally and externally (using the 2480's SCSI port) ?
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#1628264 - 09/05/19 12:52 AM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: B#]
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 Originally Posted By: B#
Hey, any luck/update with using SSD's internally in a VS2480CD/DVD, both internally and externally (using the 2480's SCSI port) ?


No, I thought all of that was fully resolved, at least internally.

The 2480 system is SCSI. Roland primarily used that platform because it was cheap technology. Save money on the design.

The internal hard drives on oh the HD, CD, and DVD models are all IDE. The original version (HD) uses a hard drive caddy to mount the drive in it which connects to a SCSI to IDE conversion board. The end of that drive caddy slides and soft-docks into a SCSI connector. Then locked into place by placing a screwdriver into a slotted-type, 1/4 turn, latching mechanism.

The CD and DVD model hard drives (which came from the factory TWICE the size of the HD model's drive;are housed in an metal encasement underneath their CD-RW's or DVD-RW's drive, and are both IDE. They utilize basically the same SCSI to IDE conversion board as the HD model.

However, the CD-RW and DVD-RW burners are both SCSI. You'll need to bear this in mind if you plan to upgrade your CD model to a DVD model. A rather simple upgrade.

Now, as far as the SSD conversion goes, they're using a SATA TO PATA IDE converter cdapter Plug&Play 7+15 Pin 3.5/2.5, with either RDX 629A 2008 printed on the board, or preferably, JP-103-5.

This is being used in conjunction with one of two currently acceptable (hence working on 2480 OS v2.504) SSD cards:

1) Samsung 860 Pro 256GB 2.5' SATA III internal SSD (MZ-76P256BW) using V NAND technology.

2) Kingston (SV300S37A) 120GB SSDNow V300 Series 2.5" x 7mm internal SATA III also using V NAND technology.

Since the 2480 is limited to only recognizing around 126GB anyway, you first, best destiny MAY BE to go with the Kingston SSD drive. This was researched and implemented by Planet user canefire.

But, he has a 2480HD.

Are you concerned about having an internal drive you can't get to without opening your unit?

What's the issue?

. . Falcon
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#1628276 - 09/05/19 09:11 AM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: FalconEddy]
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 Originally Posted By: FalconEddy
 Originally Posted By: B#
Hey, any luck/update with using SSD's internally in a VS2480CD/DVD, both internally and externally (using the 2480's SCSI port) ?


SSD conversion: SATA TO PATA IDE converter cdapter Plug&Play 7+15 Pin 3.5/2.5, with either RDX 629A 2008 printed on the board, or preferably, JP-103-5.

Being used in conjunction with one of two currently acceptable (hence working on 2480 OS v2.504) SSD cards:

1) Samsung 860 Pro 256GB 2.5' SATA III internal SSD (MZ-76P256BW) using V NAND technology.

2) Kingston (SV300S37A) 120GB SSDNow V300 Series 2.5" x 7mm internal SATA III also using V NAND technology.

Are you concerned about having an internal drive you can't get to without opening your unit?
- NO CONCERN IN THIS AREA FALCON.

What's the issue?
- THIS THREAD CAUGHT MY EYE AND INTERESTS ME IN GOING TO SSD DRIVES NOT ONLY FOR INTERNAL BUT ALSO FOR AN EXTERNAL BACKUP SYSTEM.
- I CURRENTLY USE A SONG VAULT (WITH 3 CARTRIDGES) THAT I USE FOR BACKUP. EVERY ONCE INA WHILE THE SONG VAULT GETS A LITTLE TEMPERMENTAL IN STARTING EACH BACKUP DRIVE AND SOMETIMES COMING READY. SO, BEFORE I GET TO A POINT WHERE THE SONG VAULT BECOMES UNRELIABLE OR NOT WORKING, I WANTED TO GO AHEAD WITH A SOLUTION TO REPLACE THE SONG VAULT WITH A SCSI TO SSD SOLUTION. WHEN I HAVE THAT UP AND RUNNING,THEN I'D LIKE TO REPLACE BOTH MY VS2480DVD INTERNAL DRIVES WITH SSD.

RIGHT NOW, I'M AT THE POINT IN TRYING TO UNDERSTAND THE PARTS I NEED TO REPLACE THE SONG VAULT AND THEN MOVE ON TO THE PARTS I NEED FOR THE INTERNAL DRIVE REPLACEMENT. THANK YOU FOR NETTING THIS OUT FOR THE EXACT PARTS NEEDED FOR THE INTERNAL SSD CONVERSION. LIKE YOU MENTIONED THO, THE PARTS USED FOR THE INTERNAL WAS ON A 2480HD.

YOU ARE ALWAYS THERE FOR ME FALCON...THANK YOU SIR !

p.s. Sorry for the "caps"...I'm not yelling, just making my response stand out forya mate.

. . Falcon


Edited by B# (09/05/19 09:13 AM)
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#1628316 - 09/05/19 06:41 PM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: B#]
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Mo, bear in mind this is all from memory, but I'm confident it's correct.

. . Falcon
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#1628427 - 09/06/19 09:05 PM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: FalconEddy]
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Mo, there's also a 128GB Samsung SSD that works.

I'm pretty sure it's a 2.5" 128GB SSD (SATA III - 6.0Gbps)

P/N MZ7PC128HAFU-000H1

Model MZ-7PC1280/0H1

Second barcode from the top was HP P/N 675546-001

You can get them cheap on ebay used, $15 to $25.

. . Falcon

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#1628665 - 09/09/19 10:24 AM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: FalconEddy]
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 Originally Posted By: FalconEddy
Mo, bear in mind this is all from memory, but I'm confident it's correct.

. . Falcon


I appreciate that Falcon, I may order some parts and see if I can get them working also. As I mentioned, my main interest was finding a solution for an external SCSI to SSD, using the VS's external SCSI port. Appreciate it mate ! Mo
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#1628791 - 09/10/19 12:10 AM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: B#]
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 Originally Posted By: B#

I appreciate that Falcon, I may order some parts and see if I can get them working also. As I mentioned, my main interest was finding a solution for an external SCSI to SSD, using the VS's external SCSI port. Appreciate it mate ! Mo


Yes, I knew that, but was waiting for this reply of yours before I went any further.

Now, what you'll need to do is acquire an older external 50 pin SCSI hard drive unit. There were tons of them made in the 80's. I have a couple of 100MB Microtech's that I pulled out the old SCSI drives and replaced them with 16GB SCSI drives.

I'm going to work on this project for you after I get my SSD's and adapter cards. It'll still need some type of transition cabling. I already have a male x male SCSI to IDE adapter, so I'll try working with that one first.

Also have ACARD setup and removable drives, etc. to play with.

. . Falcon
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#1628811 - 09/10/19 08:36 AM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: FalconEddy]
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 Originally Posted By: FalconEddy
 Originally Posted By: B#

I appreciate that Falcon, I may order some parts and see if I can get them working also. As I mentioned, my main interest was finding a solution for an external SCSI to SSD, using the VS's external SCSI port. Appreciate it mate ! Mo


Yes, I knew that, but was waiting for this reply of yours before I went any further.

Now, what you'll need to do is acquire an older external 50 pin SCSI hard drive unit. There were tons of them made in the 80's. I have a couple of 100MB Microtech's that I pulled out the old SCSI drives and replaced them with 16GB SCSI drives.

I'm going to work on this project for you after I get my SSD's and adapter cards. It'll still need some type of transition cabling. I already have a male x male SCSI to IDE adapter, so I'll try working with that one first.

Also have ACARD setup and removable drives, etc. to play with.

. . Falcon


Alrighty, I'll find an external 50 pin SCSI hard drive unit. Looks like there's plenty on eBay.

Would it be best to create another thread on this Falcon...let me know and I'll do that for us ? That way we don't disrupt the initial concept on this thread. You're the best !
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#1628922 - 09/10/19 09:58 PM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: B#]
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 Originally Posted By: B#
 Originally Posted By: FalconEddy
 Originally Posted By: B#

I appreciate that Falcon, I may order some parts and see if I can get them working also. As I mentioned, my main interest was finding a solution for an external SCSI to SSD, using the VS's external SCSI port. Appreciate it mate ! Mo


Yes, I knew that, but was waiting for this reply of yours before I went any further.

Now, what you'll need to do is acquire an older external 50 pin SCSI hard drive unit. There were tons of them made in the 80's. I have a couple of 100MB Microtech's that I pulled out the old SCSI drives and replaced them with 16GB SCSI drives.

I'm going to work on this project for you after I get my SSD's and adapter cards. It'll still need some type of transition cabling. I already have a male x male SCSI to IDE adapter, so I'll try working with that one first.

Also have ACARD setup and removable drives, etc. to play with.

. . Falcon


Alrighty, I'll find an external 50 pin SCSI hard drive unit. Looks like there's plenty on eBay.

Would it be best to create another thread on this Falcon ...let me know and I'll do that for us ? That way we don't disrupt the initial concept on this thread. You're the best !


Sure, why not.

. . Falcon
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#1629032 - 09/12/19 09:46 AM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: FalconEddy]
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Falcon, new thread link:

http://www.vsplanet.com/ubbthreads/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=1629031#Post1629031
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#1629196 - 09/14/19 06:14 AM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: B#]
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I have the correct converter,JP-103-5, jumper set to master the Kingston (SV300S37A) 120GB SSDNow.

When I turn on the VS I only get SCSI...OK

Any ideas?

This is my second try at converting to SSD first one worked! All the same bits.

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#1629684 - 09/20/19 02:14 PM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: 369]
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How did it go?
I too am interested in some solution, preferably external & SSD based, for 2 reasons :
- no more HD noise
- swap the SSD into a USB adapter connected to the PC for quick track import.

Not interested in mixing inside a PC, but there are phase-aligning plugins that i think can be great, so the idea is to export to PC, then reimport to VS.

Any suggestions on how to achieve this would be highly appreciated. :-)

Thanks
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- VS-2480CD v2.505 with 2x 'two' cards + 2x 'three' cards + all plug-ins + Meter bridge
- Converted to DVD with a UJ-860 + SSD with a Samsung EVO 860 250GB
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#1631601 - 10/06/19 09:23 PM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: croaky]
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I did as well, and it hasn't worked perfectly. I have two of those PATA to SATA converters just in case one was bad, and I can't get it to see the SSD anymore. It saw it originally, but then hung during the format. I have a new SSD and it doesn't see this one at all.
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#1631602 - 10/06/19 09:25 PM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: croaky]
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I get the same exact thing. I just ordered a different SSD and will see if that changes things for me. This really shouldn't be that difficult.

Kudos to everyone who has been successful!

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#1631621 - 10/07/19 01:17 AM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: Enda_Reilly]
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croaky, if you're using ALL THE SAME COMPONENTS, then YOU need to perform some troubleshooting to see what's different.

Is the JP-103-5 bridge adapter bad?

Is it getting power?

Did you remember to plug it in?

Are the Kingston V SSD pins ALL making contact with the bridge adapter?

It appears that the initialization screen stops right after getting OK for SCSI, and just sits there waiting for a response for IDE, and scanning the bus for alpha-numeric info on the third and final step, correct? (E.G. I....4..V)

Is your Internal SCSI SELF ID set to 7 ? Go to UTILITY > SYSTEM PARAMETER and click 'Param2' on the bottom left. The top two lines in the 'DRIVE' area will reveal if you have the IDE DRIVE parameter turned ON , and what the SCSI SELF ID is (# 7 is chosen at the factory).

 Originally Posted By: RickD
How did it go?
I too am interested in some solution, preferably external & SSD based, for 2 reasons :
- no more HD noise
- swap the SSD into a USB adapter connected to the PC for quick track import.

Not interested in mixing inside a PC, but there are phase-aligning plugins that i think can be great, so the idea is to export to PC, then reimport to VS.

Any suggestions on how to achieve this would be highly appreciated. :-)

Thanks


We'll attempt to give you what we can for what we're working on, but you need to realize that an SSD (within a USB enclosure) is not something that's being considered for testing.

That's a plug & play concept, and would require an ENTIRELY different type of engineering. Sorry, RickD.

 Originally Posted By: DCMProductions
I did as well, and it hasn't worked perfectly. I have two of those PATA to SATA converters just in case one was bad, and I can't get it to see the SSD anymore. It saw it originally, but then hung during the format. I have a new SSD and it doesn't see this one at all.


 Originally Posted By: DCMProductions
I get the same exact thing. I just ordered a different SSD and will see if that changes things for me. This really shouldn't be that difficult.

Kudos to everyone who has been successful!


DCMProductions, Welcome To The Planet!

One of the most critical key items when submitting information in a thread such as this one, is to give specific details to help the engineers such as myself and others, to perform a more proficient job in assisting end-users like you with problem resolution.

I've been here on the VS-Planet for 18 years, not signed-up as long as some of the original founding members back to 1999; but, there are several of us that are highly technical and know this machine with its hardware inner workings and Operating System very well. We've flushed out more bugs on this thing since its inception, than the Terminix® man. Version 2.504 and v2.505 are pretty stable, and a LONG WAY from v 1.009.

But, I digress...

When you state, "I did as well, and it hasn't worked perfectly. I have two of those PATA to SATA converters just in case one was bad, and I can't get it to see the SSD anymore. It saw it originally, but then hung during the format." ; you said those things without any details.

1) What did you do, as well?

2) Which model bridge adapter did you use?
I saw it, JP 103-5. But the jumper MUST be on MASTER

3) Which model SSD did you try?

4) What OS are you running? (need all four digits) (E.G 2.504, 2.505, 2.010)

5) When you were formatting and it 'hung', what type of formatting were you performing? Quick? or Full Physical Format? Did you turn on Surface Scan in error?

6) How long did you wait while it was 'hung' during formatting before you broke out of it?
I saw it, 9 hours.

7) "I get the exact same thing" . As whom? What is it?

8) What brand and specific model number SSD did you order?

9) YES, IT SHOULD BE THIS DIFFICULT.

You have to take into consideration you're still utilizing:

1) Obsolete technology which was considered disposable technology approximately 5-6 years after it was released. Seven at the outset.

2) A recording system that's 14-18 years of age (depending on your model) standard components such as resistors, capacitors, transformers, diodes, switches, sliders etc., have either begun to fail, or have possibly had a change of value; thus changing the voltages being presented at different operating points on the main board, as well as the other boards and switchable power supply.

This also includes key IC's that are responsible for AD conversion and back to DA conversion again.

3) Expecting to chart new territory by replacing known working IDE series hard drives with host bridge adapters and a Solid State Drive combination. All completely unsupported by the Roland Corporation. Obviously, so was the ACARD, hot-swappable drive storage system designed by Brett LaCroix, and VirDis wave file tranfers direct to the PC from Bill Casey. But, it took a lot of research, time, and investment funds to obtain those goals.

Now, you can't use newer model SSD's, they won’t work, in fact the newest SSD that works is the Samsung 860 PRO 2.5" SATA III 256GB Model MZ-76P256BIN with the JP 103-5 host bridge adapter (SATA to IDE (PATA) converter). However, the VS2480 series recorders will only recognize and format 128GB of any drive larger than that size. End-user were using 160GB drives in the CD and DVD versions of the 2480, and only 128GB formatted; eleven 11.5GB partitions and one 2GB partition. Yes, I know that’s 128.5GB total. \:p

Everyone please get back to me with your answers and I'll do my best to assist.

croaky, looks like the balls in your court on this one for checking what different. I'd even swap the other known working JP 103-5 adapter with the new SSD to see if THAT works. Those types of switch-out help to identify bad hardware, after the setup on the 2480 UTILITY section has been verified first.

. . Falcon


Edited by FalconEddy (10/08/19 01:46 AM)
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#1631833 - 10/08/19 07:41 PM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: FalconEddy]
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Thanks. I did all of that troubleshooting. I found it was indeed getting power, I verified the jumper was in the right position, the SSD was fully seated.

I was using a Kingston 120GB SSD

My OS is 2.505

Everything is working with a different SSD. I used a Samsung EVO, 250GB

David

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#1631849 - 10/09/19 12:21 AM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: DCMProductions]
FalconEddy Offline
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 Originally Posted By: DCMProductions
Thanks. I did all of that troubleshooting. I found it was indeed getting power, I verified the jumper was in the right position, the SSD was fully seated.

I was using a Kingston 120GB SSD

My OS is 2.505

Everything is working with a different SSD. I used a Samsung EVO, 250GB

David


Outstanding David!

Yeah, the 860 EVO is an excellent choice. The 860 Pro may have worked also; but the EVO is a sure thing. I'm using all Samsung 128GB SSD's.

I was going to have you throw the Kingston on the other working JP 103-5 that's paired with the SSD that works. If it had any issues on THAT adapter, it would definitely point to the Kingston SSD as the problem.

People have started reporting them as able to be seen with the jumper on 'slave', and sometimes getting to the scanning stage, but I prefer the reliability over two continents of the paired JP 103-5's with the Samsung 860 EVO 256GB model MZ-76E250B/AM, or the Samsung 126GB model MZ-76PC1280/0H1.

Awesome job getting resolution on your own.

Oh, did the drive format really quickly? I've heard that 2480's v2.505's OS simply SCREAMS when formatting drives now. Minutes instead of hours.

. . Falcon
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#1631880 - 10/09/19 12:21 PM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: FalconEddy]
DCMProductions Offline
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Super fast format, so fast I thought there was a problem, but then I looked and saw 12 11.5GB partitions.

Recovered some of my previous projects and it works perfectly!!

As for the jumper, yes, it must be Master or you run the risk of instability. I actually got it to see my Kingston SSD WITHOUT a jumper, which I knew was a recipe for disaster if it worked.

I did try the Kingston on the KNOWN good JP103-5, but to no avail. Something is just not compatible with that Kingston. Crazy, but happy with the EVO and how everything is working now.

Thank you!

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#1635708 - 11/14/19 07:14 PM Re: Problem converting my Roland VS-2480DVD to SSD [Re: DCMProductions]
RickD Offline
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Loc: Prague, Czech Republic & Guana...
After trying a PNY 240GB and a Kingston 120GB in vain, i ordered a Samsung EVO 860 250GB SSD. It works great with my VS-2480CD.
Conversion done :
Silent fan
DVDR
SSD.
👌🏻😎👍🏻
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- Converted to DVD with a UJ-860 + SSD with a Samsung EVO 860 250GB
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http://fr.audiofanzine.com/membres/29885/products/

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