Kurzweil K2000

HxC Floppy emulator support for all others Keyboards/Samplers...
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Re: Kurzweil K2000

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FlashFloppy 3.35 32Kb

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Re: Kurzweil K2000

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FredRx.Daniel wrote:
Sat Oct 29, 2022 11:02 pm
Hi K2 users, I installed an HxC Floppy Emulator (USB version) on my K2000VP. It works very well and reads all the .HFE files that came with it.
FredRx.Daniel wrote:
Tue Nov 01, 2022 12:17 pm
FlashFloppy 3.35 32Kb
Hello,

This not an HxC firmware or "HxC Floppy Emulator".

I can't provide any support for this firmware.
I only provide support to HxC Floppy Emulator firmware and/or hardware users :

For the gotek :

https://hxc2001.com/docs/gotek-floppy-e ... -firmware/
https://hxc2001.com/store/

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Re: Kurzweil K2000

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I apologize for the belated thanks Jeff

if I had known earlier that it was easier to use the SD version instead of the USB, I would have done it...

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FredRx.Daniel wrote:
Thu Nov 24, 2022 4:41 pm
I apologize for the belated thanks Jeff

if I had known earlier that it was easier to use the SD version instead of the USB, I would have done it...
No problem.
Anyway the hxc firmware installation on this gotek can be done very easily with just an usb stick.

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Re: Kurzweil K2000

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And definitely, when it doesn't want to, it doesn't want to!!
Whatever the firmware put on the USB key, I always get the error message E01: Error 1 (blink 1 times and 2 seconds pause cycle) No entry point (→no software flashed)

My English is not too good, I may have misunderstood a subtlety in the installation procedure which is however not complicated:

1)Take a FAT32, FAT16 or FAT12 formatted USB stick : OK

2)Remove any older *.upd file from the USB stick : OK

3)Copy the new firmware file (*.upd) to the USB stick : OK the upd file is copied to the USB key in FAT32. There's nothing else on it

4)Insert the USB Stick into the emulator and press both buttons : OK

5)Power up the device and keep the buttons pressed for at least 2 seconds : OK

6)Wait some seconds… its done! NO!! :? message [E01] on the screen

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Re: Kurzweil K2000

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You need to get and install the HxC bootloader first : https://hxc2001.com/store

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