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Genos - General / Re: Results of a Factory Reset
« Last post by EileenL on Today at 12:01:07 PM »
Yes this is correct. I think most do the soft reset. It is never recomended that anyone dose a sevice reset by Yamaha because it is only there engineers that can fully understand it and then if faults are found know how to remedy them.
Genos - General / Re: Results of a Factory Reset
« Last post by Dick Rector on Today at 11:51:42 AM »
Sorry Fred, but a real factory reset will delete EVERYTHING what the user has put in. It brings the keyboard back in the state it came out the factory. The SOFT rest however will keep these things.
PSR-E Series / [PSR E453] styles support
« Last post by imzain786 on Today at 11:46:07 AM »
dear all Friends,
i hope you are fine. i want to just know about PSR E453 styles. i want to buy PSR E453, Can PSR E453 play indian or arabic styles of PSR 2100/3000 ???
i have some old styles of PSR 1500/3000 & PSR 2000/2100 arabic and indian styles. which is SFF1.
can i play these styles on PSR E453 ???

Hope you get it back soon Toril.

Thanks Elaine! I am glad I kept it!
Genos - General / Re: Results of a Factory Reset
« Last post by Kaarlo von Freymann on Today at 09:54:12 AM »
Hi Fred ...

Are you sure?
A Factory Reset usually means as 'as out of the box'!
That would delete all User files and setttings globally (tho not any USB contents)

Anyone done it?


Hi Al,
during my 6 months of trying to find what is wrong I have twice done  the reset according to the very clear instructions the Genos display gives you. Fred is correct. It will not destroy your files. But that "user reset" is a very quick and mild one and  does help in some instances but does not help you analyze what was wrong.
There is a much more elaborate reset called "service reset"  for which you need to press certain keys while powering up like you press a key (is it highest  F# ?)  to create an empty reg bank.  That service reset can take up to 45 minutes depending on how much material you have on your user drive and checks everything very thoroughly. But in order to benefit from that reset which erazes all you files you need to know exactly what you are doing. You must have the service manual. I definitely do not recommend it unless you are very familiar with that type of resets. I actually  am due to the same operation sometimes being required with my military target drones  so I did it because I have this problem with the reg memory. I must have overlooked something or I just have a defect that is so rare it is not listed even in the service reset.The process deleted all my files and setting but unfortunately did not find and cure the reason for the reg memory problems.


Genos - General / Re: Classical Magic Registrations: Bee Software
« Last post by vbdx66 on Today at 09:34:59 AM »
Hello to all,

Tthe owner of Bee Software as asked us to remove the posts with their copyrighted material, which I am doing now.

Please avoid posting copyrighted material on the PSR Tutorial forum in the future.

Sorry for the inconvenience,


Genos - General / Re: Genos EQ
« Last post by motekmusic on Today at 08:00:29 AM »

Hello John,

Although my Genos has not yet arrived , this thread was of utmost interest, as for me, mixing is a pain in the neck and any advice
is welcome.   The two suggestions that i gleaned from the replies was one from Gary about discarding earphones whilst
doing a recording mix and the other gem was to perhaps try using the FLAT eq setting for recording. 
Anitcipate that these 2  suggestions will greatly relieve messing around.   Just posted a song from the s975 which was 1st
recording (wav and MP3 ) on that instrument.   Should have looked at this thread before doing about 8 mixing retakes.

Next time will try the Flat EQ to record and  not do a recording when have sleepy folks around.

thanks so much

Hi Torril,

Sorry to hear your 970 is still convalescing.   Will they tell you at least what is wrong and what the recovery prognosis is?
Am sure it is difficult to trudge back to the 2100 but it will provide some solace and fingering workouts and just maybe some
new composition ideas. 
Hang in there.

PSR-S970/S770/S670 (SFF2) / Re: "Who uses "User"?
« Last post by YammyFan on Today at 04:58:47 AM »
Thank You, Thank You. Fred. You have made me so happy. It works !!!! Another stumbling block has been removed for me.  I will now be able to do so much more with my beautiful PSR 970.  Signed  Yammyfan  from near Geelong Victoria Australia.
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