Korg Trinity Lost All Memory of Original Banks

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Korg Trinity Lost All Memory of Original Banks

Postby Kris » Sun Apr 02, 2017 4:08 am

Hi Hope someone can help me. I am a total rank amateur.
Background: I bought my Korg Trinity in 1997 and I never programmed anything I just used all the programs sounds that came with it. I have moved many times I have no manual and no floppy disk if they came with the Trinity at the time of purchase.
Situation: The battery was low so I got it changed today... Now I have nothing, no sounds, no pipes, no bells, nothing.. wondering how do I get the sounds back can I download them off line .... or do I need to purchase a disk to load the sounds if one exists now... I purchased a cord usb to midi out and in but I have no idea why because I cannot find anything online.
What I would like: I would like to purchase the instruments and sounds I had in combi and prog that were already loaded onto the Korg what I called the "factory settings..."

Please can anyone help... I have search youtube looking for instructions but I cannot find anything.... Thank you all for your input and time
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Re: Korg Trinity Lost All Memory of Original Banks

Postby rhino » Sun Apr 02, 2017 7:22 am

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Re: Korg Trinity Lost All Memory of Original Banks

Postby rd3d2 » Tue Jun 26, 2018 4:02 pm

Who changed your battery for you (I believe it is soldered onto the motherboard?)
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