A-300Pro, A-500Pro, A-800Pro: Factory Reset

Use the following procedure to initialize the A-pro series MIDI controller keyboards and re-load all of the factory default settings:

 

1. Hold ACT and < to enter Edit Mode.

2. Use the VALUE dial to select “FACTORY RESET.”

3. Press ENTER twice.

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    Teo Ple

    No puede resetear de fábrica el A-300
    El display está colgado, en blanco, sin leyenda
    Ni responde al Act <

    I can not do the Factory Reset in my A-300
    The display is hanged", in white, without any legend...
    Don't respond to Act<

    Thankyou

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    Zhang Vic

    Unable to work correctly

    Unable to work correctly, after the boot display Ver..535,Press enter,Then the screen displays “Erase”? Button L9 flashing,Then the screen displays “Sure”? Button L3 flashing, Final display“Please Send SMF.",

    No longer work, you must restart, and repeat the above operation, please help solve, thank you!!

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    Wim Van den Branden

    I Have the same Problem here

    Ver..535,Press enter,Then the screen displays “Erase”? Button L9 flashing,Then the screen displays “Sure”? Button L3 flashing, Final display“Please Send SMF.",

    I'm working on a mac EL capitan and have a A-800 Pro

     

    Do you have a solution for this?

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    Mr Big Seno

    HI ALL MY FRIENDS 
    I AM HAVING A-PRO 300 FROM LAST 4 MONTHS, AS ITS WORK SUPERB AND ALSO LOVE IT SO MUCH, LAST 2 DAYS BEFORE WHEN I STARTED THE CONTROLLER SOME ERROR POP UP IN MY A-PRO DISPLAY

    ERROR
    VER.5.535
    [ENTER]


    WHEN I DO SO THE NEXT SCREEN MESSAGE

    ERASE ?
    [L9]

    SURE
    [L3]

    THEN I GOT MESSAGE 

    PLEASE SEND SMF.

    WHAT IS THIS ALL , PLEASE IF ANY 1 CAN HELP OUT
    VERY THANK FULL TO YOU ALL IF ANY PROVIDE THE SOLUTION TO ME ASAP..

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    Siam

    Hello,

     

    I got the same Problem

    Ver.5.535

    [ENTER]

    Erase?

    [L9]

     

    Sure?

    [L3]

     

    What is all these? any help form Roland would be much appreciated... This is my first experience . If Roland didnt help all the products will be gone from me... 

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

     Edirol FA101, Roland Integra7. Boss GT100, Roland A800Pro Midi

     

     

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    Dana Williams

    I found this with a little searching and it has worked for me every time I have had the Ver5.*** error.  In my experience the error has been caused every time I have experience a sudden power outage (or surge)  in my area.

    Dana :)

     

    Anyway courtesy of someone named David....

     

    This is the solution,

    Prathmesh already knows, but I thought it could be helpfull to post here.

    Here are the steps:

    - first download UpdSMF from here: http://www.rolandus.com/s...?FileName=SMFPLAYR.ZIP then, download this file http://www.2shared.com/fi...pA9/apro_sys_v115.html and unzip it to your harddrive

    Update Procedure

    1. Switch off the power to the unit.

    2. At the underside, change switch EXT A to its unmarked side and switch EXT B to the side indicated by a star.

    3. Using the USB cable, connect the unit and the computer.

    4. Switch on the power to the unit.

    5. Start UpdSMF.exe.

    6. Set MIDI Out Device to A-PRO.

    7. Click the Path button and specify the folder containing the update program (SMF). --> the file you downloaded (this where I first did it wrong, you have to select p000001.mid in order to restore your firmware

    8. Click the Scan SMF button.

    9. Select the displayed update program. (p000001.mid)

    10. Press the VALUE control on the unit. (push the large rotary knob next to your display) A random button is displayed on the LCD screen.

    11. Press the displayed button. Another random button name is displayed.

    12. Press the displayed button. The message Please Send SMF. is displayed.

    13. Go to the UpdSMF window and click the Send button. Sending of the update program starts. After several minutes, the update ends and the message Completed! appears.

    14. Switch off the power to the unit.

    15. Quit UpdSMF.exe. 16. At the underside of the unit, change both the EXT A and EXT B switches to the side indicated by a star.

    Now it should work!

    Greetings David

     

     

     

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