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    I tried to transfer the INXSdevil.td1 patch to my TD-10 EXP and got an error message saying something like "this does not look to be a valid patch" and the got a Check Sum Error pop-up window. Has any one seen this kind of problem before?
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    Originally posted by drumbeat8u:
    I tried to transfer the INXSdevil.td1 patch to my TD-10 EXP and got an error message saying something like "this does not look to be a valid patch" and the got a Check Sum Error pop-up window. Has any one seen this kind of problem before?

    I checked this kit out a little while ago and got the same error message. The file seems to be corrupt. I have also received check sum errors before. I talked with Lee on it once but we couldn't figure out the cause.

    I lost a lot of kits once due to a false sense of security from thinking I had a full back up. When I restored the file I got garbage. This occured only with the full back up. I don't seem to have this problem with single kit backups. Whenever I do a single kit b/u, I always test it before overwriting the memory card b/u. I highly recommend the M512-E memory card as the most reliable and convenient method. You could reserve a kit, say #50, and use it just to restore and verify backups work.
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      This file was originally saved as a .tp1 file - single kit with patterns - and renamed to .td1 - single kit without patterns. Rename it back to the .tp1 and it should work fine. Backup any user patterns you want to keep before loading it tho... and DO NOT expect it to work on the TD-10 w/TDW-1 installed.

      VKit was written to internally store the state of the file as it was originally saved so that if it is tampered with - it will be rejected by the program.

      In this case, had you any valuable patterns in the TD-10, and thinking you were loading a kit without patterns, loaded this - all your patterns would be gone and replaced by the load.

      I do not casually carry around with me (daily!) the knowledge that what I created could wipe someone's "blood, sweat and tears". I doubt if but a few of you can understand that albatross around my neck. I've attempted to do everything possible to protect your valuable work.

      If anyone has used VKitTrans on an upgraded TD-10 - expected success - but gotten garbage, I apologize. Let me state again - It is *not* TDW-1 compatible.

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