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Operator 192 USB stick and U link cable.

ThomasD ·
Hey, I know this is a blast form the past but I just picked up an Operator 192 that was in a show room for all its life. I have a question about the back up of programs. It say the USB stick is a proprietary device and the u link cable can be used. You need to have a program on your PC to save and restore the files. It won't load on my not too new PC , I think XP is maybe the required version. Seems odd in this age to now be able to plug in a stick and save your files. Any body have...
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Jingles8302 ·
You have the cable and the program? Try running it in windows compatibility mode? It's so old i don't think we can make any promises.
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ThomasD ·
I don't have the cable or the USB, I'm going to try and load the program on a laptop with XP. I see the cable is still available from some supplies. I'm in Canada and the shipping for something that small can be real stupid lol
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Jingles8302 ·
Ok, well go ahead and give that a shot and keep us posted here. and yes, Canada really has some crazy shipping and import stuff going on.
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ThomasD ·
One thing after another lol. I have a laptop, old, Had XP on it and upgraded to 7, Wanted to load the U link software so down graded to XP, now it won't copy some files during the install. WHAT? it was install previously. What would be a more current controller in the same vein as the 192 that can be backed up by a simple USB connection. I have been using the original MyDMX on the old laptop. Part of the reason for the change is i want to have Audio triggering, not all the time, just for...
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Re: Operator 192 USB stick and U link cable.

Jingles8302 ·
Seems like a lot of hasell just for a silly old back up program.... I would try MyDMX 3.0, that has the ability to let scenes run according to a beat or a pulse and you can chose per scene how it runs too.
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Re: Operator 192 USB stick and U link cable.

ThomasD ·
UPDATE: I got the U-link cable that I ordered off Amazon, won't scare you with what it cost. I was able to get the software installed on both Windows VISTA and 7. Getting the drives installed was a bit of a pain on 7, but it worked and I was able to down load and back up my work. So I'm happy.
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