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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2015/10/11 11:13:15 (permalink)
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This all begs the question as to whether there are any "improvements" in the Roland/Edirol Windows 10 drivers that are absent for the driver hacks discussed above.
 
Yes, I know that there can't be any such improvements for "missing" drivers, but what I am getting at is whether there are features in Windows 10 for which older instruments cannot take advantage because their hacked drivers are really Windows 8x. not Windows 10. Or are the Windows 10 drivers basically just Windows 8x drivers with minimal mods to recognize the new build?


Is there are readme or change log with the drivers? Otherwise email Roland (who will probably ignore the request).

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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2015/10/16 19:16:02 (permalink)
Hi, I just created a account to say thank you.
It works perfectly on my old UA-25. (Method 1)
Thanks!!! 
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Re: Getting your devices to work with Windows 10. 2015/10/21 09:14:59 (permalink)
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Tried the method 1 on A500 pro keyboard did not work. It is at the last step where vista driver was not recognized. I might tried that on ua25ex later.



It's been a while since Roland have made availabe Win 10 drivers: http://www.roland.com/sup...updates_drivers/350799

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Re: Getting your devices to work with Windows 10. 2015/10/23 16:03:48 (permalink)
Thanks. This works for the Cakewalk VS-20.
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Re: Getting your devices to work with Windows 10. 2015/10/24 13:13:51 (permalink)
Excellent work around. It works for my Edirol UA 25 interface.
Thanks very much!
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2015/11/11 02:44:38 (permalink)
Method 2 worked well on the device EDIROL UA-25.
 Thanks a lot!
 
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [SOLVED] 2015/11/12 08:09:33 (permalink)
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Maddeningly, I simply cannot find a .INF file in my extracted Files/64bit folder when extracted. I have upgraded to Win 10, based on the reports as to how this hack for PCR controllers was working for everybody. Can anyone please tell me what the actual name of the .INF file is, and any reason why I cannot find one in the exracted Roland site Ver 1.0.1 Drivers for Windows 8/8.1 ?
 
I found it in the end, my problem was it had a different name from the one in the video. I found Method 1 to work for my PCR-500, but I DID have to reboot after disabling the driver signature verification. I did try first time without doing that as suggested it may not be necessary, but it failed. A quick reboot, run the install with the amended .inf file again, and it worked a treat.
 
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2015/11/16 17:37:15 (permalink)
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This all begs the question as to whether there are any "improvements" in the Roland/Edirol Windows 10 drivers that are absent for the driver hacks discussed above.
 
Yes, I know that there can't be any such improvements for "missing" drivers, but what I am getting at is whether there are features in Windows 10 for which older instruments cannot take advantage because their hacked drivers are really Windows 8x. not Windows 10. Or are the Windows 10 drivers basically just Windows 8x drivers with minimal mods to recognize the new build?




The driver only differs between different versions such as 1.0, 1.01, 1.2 and so on. From what i understand, that has nothing to do with what OS it is made for. So if the driver version of the win 8.1 and 10 driver is not the same it is most likely another driver.
 
As an example my UA25 did not support multi channel audio routing or whatever you call it in version 1.0 but did in 1.01

 
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2015/11/17 02:20:55 (permalink)
Both methods doesn't work for me. 
When i try method 1:
When i write ''BCDEDIT -Set TESTSIGNING ON'' i get an error. even though i run as administrator. 
It says something about that it can't be changed because politic about secure start of windows, so it can't be changed or deleted.
When i try method 2:
After i have done everything and are installing 
it my computer says that there came an error, and then it shuts down.
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2015/11/20 11:21:28 (permalink)
I have an Edirol FA-101 firewire audio interface and a 64 bit machine.  The FA-101 used to work fine under Windows 7 but today I upgraded to Windows 10 and the device is no longer being recognised.  I have downloaded the 64 bit Windows 8/8.1 driver from Roland and unzipped it, and would like to use your method to get the FA-101 working again.  But whenever I double click on the setup.exe file in the driver download, it says it cannot find the driver files and lists them.  The unzipped download has a top level folder called fa101_864d_v100, which contains Setup.exe, Uninstall.exe, and Readme.htm.  It also has two subfolders, Readme and Files.  The Files subfolder contains 16 files (including two .inf files); the files in this subfolder are the ones Setup says it cannot find.  I have tried copying the Setup.exe into the same folder as the driver files and double clicking it again but I still get the same problem.  Does anyone know what is going on please? 
 
post edited by MarbrienLtd - 2015/11/20 11:58:19
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2015/11/21 16:31:40 (permalink)
If only I could get my V700 system to "talk" to the other programs I use besides Sonar. I really like Sonar and have been using it for many years. But now I find that I  also need to work in Pro Tools, Ableton Live, and Logic Pro doing Worship projects. I export OMF2 out of Sonar but watch the console stop working as soon as I change platforms. I know it's a slightly different subject  but just felt like throwing that in the ring.

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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2015/11/23 17:25:51 (permalink)
I finally got Method 1 to work.  Thanks very much for the tip.  I'm not sure why it didn't work first time around, maybe a reboot IS needed after disabling Windows driver verification.  In the interim I had sent a support request to Roland who told me my product was not compatible with Win 10.  When I told them it was and they should update their Win 8 driver setup files in accordance with this thread, I got the usual corporate legalistic nonsense about them not supporting Win 10 with my product & not supporting modifications to their drivers.  Naturally I will now think long & hard before I buy another Roland product, but for now my Edirol FA-101 is working in Windows 10 very nicely thank you!
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2015/11/28 20:00:22 (permalink)
I got files incomplete or can not be read.
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2015/11/28 20:07:02 (permalink)
setup.dat does not exist. set up will abort. Done this step by step half a dozen times and it just does not work. help
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2015/12/10 05:41:06 (permalink)
I Have A Boss GT-PRO & Roland V-Studio 20.  Just upgraded to windows 10 and Roland say there are not releasing drivers for my 2 devices.  THIS WORKED FOR BOTH !!!!   FANTASTIC...THANKS A MILLION....I CAN'T BELIEVE IT.
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2015/12/11 20:03:53 (permalink)
Manolo
OGG, have you done the STEP 4 for drivers to work ? I tried with the additional line (for the VS-700C) but it doesn't work.



I managed to get the VS-700C working in stand-alone mode on Windows 10 using the 8.1 driver, if you anyone is having trouble with that.
 
Posted about it here:
http://forum.cakewalk.com/VS700C-as-USB-device-in-Windows-10-m3333043.aspx

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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2015/12/14 15:17:19 (permalink)
METHOD 1. So far is working. THANKS!!!
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2016/01/17 05:40:55 (permalink)
It worked for my Sonic Cell following this link (http://www.howtogeek.com/...all-unsigned-drivers/) to disable the signed peripheral thing and then the method one (changing the inf file and installing normally the driver). That's very cool because the Sonic Cell is still good sounding for some purposes andhas precious srx cards in it. It's a shame that Roland doesn't maintain this equipement to sell new stuff I will definitely not buy. Many thanks to this forum's help.
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2016/01/18 01:54:21 (permalink)
Hello Thierry, That's good news! Do you happen to know whether this would work for 32-bit windows by any chance? Many thanks!
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2016/01/18 02:01:04 (permalink)
Sorry Bluenote I have no more 32bits windows to test.
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2016/01/18 05:56:00 (permalink)
That's OK - I'll have to try it myself when I get a chance.....
In the meantime, could you just check the link you provided if you have a minute - it doesn't seem to work (Page not found).
Thank you again!
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2016/01/18 06:05:36 (permalink)
OK - I got the link now thanks (just need to remove a bracket from the above hyperlink)
it's http://www.howtogeek.com/167723/how-to-disable-driver-signature-verification-on-64-bit-windows-8.1-so-that-you-can-install-unsigned-drivers/
 
 
 
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2016/01/23 00:19:36 (permalink)
I couldn't get the elevated command prompt method to work.  Here is what I did in Windows 10 to disable Driver Signature Verification.
Start Menu>Power>Shift Key-Restart>Troubleshoot>Advanced Options>StartUp Settings>Restart>F7 (Function 7)
post edited by Murom - 2016/01/23 00:32:53
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2016/01/23 03:24:27 (permalink)
Murom do you hold on the shift key until you get the screen?
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2016/01/23 10:35:48 (permalink)
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Murom do you hold on the shift key until you get the screen?


No, just have the Shift key down when you click Restart and maybe for a few seconds afterwards.  It should reboot to a screen that should have the Troubleshoot option.
Just noticed that Bluenote has a link above that does the same thing.  Sorry for the double post.
post edited by Murom - 2016/01/23 16:26:51
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2016/01/31 10:15:30 (permalink)
Nothing like reviving an old thread. I finally upgraded to Wiin 10 on my DAW.
 
I have a UA 25-EX and tried both methods. I had no luck. Device manager shows the UA 25-EX with the dreaded yellow triangle.
 
I have 2 questions:
 
My upgrade was from Win 7 Pro (64 bit) to Win 10 Pro (64 bit). Do I need to use/mod different drivers? This seems to be for Win 8 to Win 10 upgrades. I'm not sure that makes a diference.
 
What should the settings on the UA 25-EX be for success?
 
As an aside I tried the Win 10 update drivers to find the proper driver and it ran all night. No luck.
Very frustrating to say the least.
 

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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2016/02/20 14:13:56 (permalink)
A word of advice:
 
If you are planning to upgrade to Windows 10. and want to use your Edirol device, make sure to uninstall the driver before you upgrade to Windows 10, because the Windows 7/8 Edirol uninstall program won't work in Windows 10, for the same reason the driver won't work, it's not designed for Windows 10.
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2016/03/14 15:18:22 (permalink)
Registered just to say thank you.
This worked perfectly after win7 to win10 pro 64bit upgrade. (method 1)
I did need to re reboot, as someone mentioned above you need to uninstall the driver first, otherwise you have to run the uninstall in compatibility mode and it's more complex.  However I was able to figure it out.
 
thank you, thank you, thank you!
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2016/05/07 19:12:44 (permalink)
Just posting to say thanks - 
I just upgraded my PC from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10, and "Method 1" worked perfectly to bring my trusty old Edirol UM-550 MIDI Patcher back to life. Awesome!!
 
Thank-you for taking the time to figure our and post this!!  
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Re: The ultimate guide to get your Roland/Edirol devices to work with Windows 10. [Updated 2016/06/24 07:29:03 (permalink)
Awesome - Thank you
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