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  Topic: korg mr-2000 hdd Change disk
nidfix

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PostForum: Korg Digital Recording and Mixing   Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2012 11:14 pm   Subject: Re: 160gb HD
I just got off the phone with Korg. He told me the wd1600beve hard drive will work because they use it in their NEW MR2000B. Anyone here tried it?

So the WD3200BEVE works too? I am using Mac onl ...
  Topic: korg mr-2000 hdd Change disk
nidfix

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PostForum: Korg Digital Recording and Mixing   Posted: Sun Dec 04, 2011 3:46 pm   Subject: korg mr-2000 hdd Change disk
Great !
  Topic: korg mr-2000 hdd Change disk
nidfix

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PostForum: Korg Digital Recording and Mixing   Posted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:08 am   Subject: Re: Korg MR-2000 - replacing with far larger hard disk
Three follow-on questions:
1. What hard disk brand/model did you use?
2. Can you go beyond 300 gigabytes, e.g. 500gig or 1 terabyte?
3. Any additional pointers, things to watch out for, in trying t ...
  Topic: korg mr-2000 hdd Change disk
nidfix

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PostForum: Korg Digital Recording and Mixing   Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2011 3:39 pm   Subject: korg mr-2000 hdd Change disk
Good news: 1.6.1 addresses the previous point even it it is not mentioned in the release notes. Now the system sees the entire 300GB disk Cool
  Topic: korg mr-2000 hdd Change disk
nidfix

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PostForum: Korg Digital Recording and Mixing   Posted: Tue Nov 08, 2011 11:38 pm   Subject: korg mr-2000 hdd Change disk
I did it today without facing any issue.
The only thing you have to be careful is to respect the format expected (FAT32 LBA) and to copy the entire file structure on the original drive, especially th ...
 
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