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#1714302 - 02/02/21 06:30 AM Can you upgrade a vs2480 HD using virdis?
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I just purchased a virdis on eBay. Curious if I can upgrade a vs2480 HD with it?

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#1715018 - 02/06/21 04:19 AM Re: Can you upgrade a vs2480 HD using virdis? [Re: AtomEve]
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In theory yes. It is a feature we have planned to add for some time now. Our 2480 is v2.5.0.4; does anyone know if Roland has a downloadable file on their website that can be burned to a CD? How much interest is there in this feature?
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#1715024 - 02/06/21 05:02 AM Re: Can you upgrade a vs2480 HD using virdis? [Re: VirDISDeveloper]
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It doesn't appear that Roland supplies an iso download of the update in their support pages. Whether or not one could create an iso disc from the one downloadable package they offer is for somebody that knows to answer.

I thought I'd read recently a post that someone made about being able to order a disc from Roland by mail, still. I don't recall which thread, but it was fairly recent.
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#1715079 - 02/06/21 05:37 PM Re: Can you upgrade a vs2480 HD using virdis? [Re: uptildawn]
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I have the 2.504 OS file. Downloaded it years ago. I do not see it available on the Roland site. Only the 2.505 midi version. And this question is kind of moot until I can switch to a PC that will support Virdis hardware.

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