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Roland PC-60 Vista Software

Discussion in 'Roland' started by spmracing, Sep 29, 2008.

  1. spmracing

    spmracing Guest

    Hey my old computer blew and i was wondering if there is any way to give the Roland PC-60 Drivers for Windows Vista (32bit) Thanks. If not im screwd. lol thanks. i would need thease ASAP

    Thanks in advanced.
     
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  2. OldPaint

    OldPaint Major Contributor

    sound like a disaster comin up!!!! i would at least get a puter with XP...NOT VISTA.
     
  3. Mike Paul

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    What program were/are you ripping from?
     
  4. spmracing

    spmracing Guest

    i have Flexi Sign Pro 7.6 and i used to have XP but that computer is to put it nicly, no more lol. Not going to lie, i dropped it down a flight of stairs.

    If you know how i can get it to atleast cut that will be fine because i dont relaly print. Thanks.
     
  5. Mike Paul

    Mike Paul Major Contributor

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    You need to upgrade your Flexi software to 8.5.
     
  6. yukon

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    Flexi 8.5 problems with PC60

    The PC60 and Flexi 8.5 have major issues with printing spot colors. I use my older Flexi 8.0 with the PC60 and it works fine. I use XP.

    Yukon
     
  7. spmracing

    spmracing Guest

    So i do not need to install the printer outside of flexi?
     
  8. Mike Paul

    Mike Paul Major Contributor

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    The driver is already in Flexi's program.
     
  9. OldPaint

    OldPaint Major Contributor

    did you ever think about.....taken the hard drive out the one ya dropped..........and puttin it in another undropped computer????
     
  10. hammered

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    I dont know it this helps, but I couldnt get mine to work in Vista. I had issues with it trying to find the machine when it was on the usb connection and the machine I built didnt have a serial port. Plus all the issues when trying to use the Compatability Wizard so I could use Roland's RIP. I had to rewind this machine with XP. OR if you have Corel or Adobe, you could get the drivers to run it from Draw or Illy. I tried for near 2 months working with the orginal owner to no good end. Vista is the pooh!
     
  11. Techman

    Techman Major Contributor

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    send em all yer dead machines,,
    I am Dr. Know. And i will get them running and give them to the needy..
     
  12. stickygraphics12

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    I actually bought a computer thru Dell and had them put XP in it for me! Mine is a laptop for at home when i want to do design work but i would check with DELL! I love this thing and i am pretty sure they still offer it. Yep they still offer it just checked and if you do a search on their website and then click on desktop or laptop in the top left corner computers with XP are still available! They have a tower for $499. Hope this helps!

    As to dropping your computer down the steps..........:banghead:
     
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