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Re: QSI sound files documents available

Simon Brown
 

I created this list from the scrolling list on the QSI (and then most recently wix) website. I'm sorry its only Q1a and Q2 (they are only decoders I have from QSI) 
I hope the link below works, otherwise go to files section and look in folder called QSI Q1a, Q2 files list (Author is UP_sbrown Or search for the file called QSI Sound Sets Lists - its an excel file


Hope this is of use for some

Simon
Melbourne Australia


New file uploaded to QSIndustries

QSIndustries@...
 

Hello,

This email message is a notification to let you know that
a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the QSIndustries
group.

File : /QSI Q1a, Q2 Files List/QSI Sound Sets Lists.xlsx
Uploaded by : up_sbrown <s_brown@me.com>
Description : Q1a and Q2 list - 2017

You can access this file at the URL:
https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/QSIndustries/files/QSI%20Q1a%2C%20Q2%20Files%20List/QSI%20Sound%20Sets%20Lists.xlsx

To learn more about file sharing for your group, please visit:
https://help.yahoo.com/kb/index?page=content&y=PROD_GRPS&locale=en_US&id=SLN15398

Regards,

up_sbrown <s_brown@me.com>


Re: QSI sound files documents available

kelly dorf
 

Eric:

I will email them to you.

Kelly
QSI


Re: QSI sound files documents available

Erik Bennett
 

I'm keen to get the 1050 xxxxxxx .q2 files, so I would appreciate any help.  Thanks

Erik


Re: QSI sound files documents available

Hans LOEHER
 

Nick
yes, please. I will down load them from there
Hans


On Saturday, February 3, 2018 5:25 PM, "cornwall9@... [QSIndustries]" wrote:


 
Back in the days I was updating sound files, I found that the original index of sound files was a nightmare since the files had garbage titles like type 1050 ???? Sure, you could see the type on the website but after you downloaded it, you couldn't tell an ALCO from a Mallet.

So I did a screen copy of each type of sound area like diesel and Steam and made a cross-reference guide.Because I NEVER throw anything away, I still have those files and I am willing to post them on the list files section if anyone is interested.

Please keep in mind, these are Q2 files ONLY . I do ALSO have ALL of the Q1 files from the website as well as most of the Q2 files as well.

Let me know if I should post them. They are in Word.doc format.

Regards,
Nick Kulp



QSI sound files documents available

Nick
 

Back in the days I was updating sound files, I found that the original index of sound files was a nightmare since the files had garbage titles like type 1050 ???? Sure, you could see the type on the website but after you downloaded it, you couldn't tell an ALCO from a Mallet.


So I did a screen copy of each type of sound area like diesel and Steam and made a cross-reference guide.Because I NEVER throw anything away, I still have those files and I am willing to post them on the list files section if anyone is interested.


Please keep in mind, these are Q2 files ONLY . I do ALSO have ALL of the Q1 files from the website as well as most of the Q2 files as well.


Let me know if I should post them. They are in Word.doc format.


Regards,

Nick Kulp


Re: Rev Ver 7 sound files

Erik Bennett
 

Hi Kelly,
The file I'm mainly after is a late model EMD file.  I'm needing to re-assign the ports on an SD70ACe.  The programmer reads out
Model 1050, Class Diesel, Soundset 1000. Ver 7.32.0, Dates 02/09/10 & 07/30/10, Hardware 6000 
(I believe there is a later version.)

I also have an FP45 that I installed a  Rev A into from my decoder box. It currently chuffs with articulated steam.  I need to change it to a diesel.  I'm not sure whether the sound file I'm using for the SD70ACe is suitable (aesthetically) or whether I need an earlier EMD sound.

If you could send one or both to bennettedm@..., I'd appreciate it.
Also, best if you could change them to .txt files as my Outlook  won't let in a .q2 file or I think a .zip file.

Thanks
Erik


Re: Rev Ver 7 sound files

kelly dorf
 

Gentlemen:

Please let me know what file you want, and I can make it available to you. 

I do apologize our web site still sucks.

Kelly
QSI


Re: Rev Ver 7 sound files

Erik Bennett
 

Hi Simon,
When I click further onto the HO Revolution files, it takes me to a page that says Sorry, the file that you've requested has been deleted.

 Does that happen for you?


Re: Rev Ver 7 sound files

Simon Brown
 

Its all still here by looks - grab what you need as there is no guarantee this will last


HTH
Simon


Rev Ver 7 sound files

Erik Bennett
 

Where can I find the Revolution V7 sound files?


QSI Decoders for Sale

dccinstallssales@...
 

I have 6 or 7 QSI decoders for sale, as removed from operating models, and one programmer.
Contact me off list at RWBRV4 AT Aol.com .
706-860-3768
Rick


QSI Decoders and Programmer for Sale

dccinstallssales@...
 

I have some QSI decoders that were removed from models.  Working When removed.  Also one programmer.

Contact RWBRV4 at Aol dot com for photos and information.

Rick


Re: Tried to Install USB Driver

David Bowman
 

I did.
But still having issues with the USB driver.



From: "astarrnce@... [QSIndustries]"
To: QSIndustries@...
Sent: Monday, January 22, 2018 5:16 PM
Subject: [QSIndustries] Re: Tried to Install USB Driver

 
Dave,  any luck with getting CV manager working?



Re: Tried to Install USB Driver

adam starr
 

Dave,  any luck with getting CV manager working?


Re: Quantum CV Manager Version 1.02 and Quantum Titan U Version 8

peteski7
 

Why do people automatically dismiss computers running older OS (like XP) to be slow?  It was plenty of fast when bought new!  :-)

Yes, the newer hardware (and OS) is much faster than a 20 year-old machine, but I assume that he wants to use it for running the QSI software, not play the latest graphic-intensive online game.  There is very little CPU "horsepower" QSI apps require.

If the machine is kept off Internet, XP machine will be just fine for most apps used for programming decoders.

I still have my QSI software running on an old XP computer, and even have a Win98SE machine dedicated to an old printer I use for designing and printing decals.  They are both plenty fast for their dedicated tasks. No Windows 10 on a Intel I6 needed, thank you.

Peteski


---In QSIndustries@..., <tpwillie@...> wrote :Personally, I would stay away from the XP machine. It s probably getting pretty old and nearing the end of the hardware life and is slow.

 

Lou

 


Re: Tried to Install USB Driver

Lou
 

Interesting. Thanks for that information. As long as it works then all is good. Take Care.

 

Lou

 

From: QSIndustries@... [mailto:QSIndustries@...]
Sent: Friday, January 19, 2018 9:46 PM
To: QSIndustries@...
Subject: [QSIndustries] Re: Tried to Install USB Driver

 



Hi Lou,  A MR person I know that made a career out of computers suggested using the Keyspan 19HS adapter and I am relying soley on his knowledge.  I won't even try to explain what he told me since it is way over my head.  The usb to 9 pin serial connector I had been using worked with windows 7.  And, at times, I was running windows 10 with it also.  But it was constant hit or miss and we were looking for possible weak points.  I paid  a few dollars for the old USB/Serial connector 4 years ago and it did not come with any disc or download location for a driver.  It was just a cable in a box.  

 

This 19HS took me to a web site where I found a specific driver for the cable (you still need the SiLab driver for CV manager) and the serial head is 3 or 4 times the physical size of the old one.  For $26, it seemed like a worthwhild gamble that it might help.  I have used windows 10 for several hours over the last few days this week with the 19HS and it certainly isn't causing a problem.

 

I was having the same, intermittent problem with the driver being loaded but CV manager couldn't find it.  I am not sure what I have done to finally get CV manager to work again, and am curious to see if I manage to keep it up and running this time.  If it stays opporational, then maybe the cable helped. 

 

 Maybe someone who knows more about this cangive us more guidance. 





Re: Tried to Install USB Driver

adam starr
 

Hi Lou,  A MR person I know that made a career out of computers suggested using the Keyspan 19HS adapter and I am relying soley on his knowledge.  I won't even try to explain what he told me since it is way over my head.  The usb to 9 pin serial connector I had been using worked with windows 7.  And, at times, I was running windows 10 with it also.  But it was constant hit or miss and we were looking for possible weak points.  I paid  a few dollars for the old USB/Serial connector 4 years ago and it did not come with any disc or download location for a driver.  It was just a cable in a box.  

This 19HS took me to a web site where I found a specific driver for the cable (you still need the SiLab driver for CV manager) and the serial head is 3 or 4 times the physical size of the old one.  For $26, it seemed like a worthwhild gamble that it might help.  I have used windows 10 for several hours over the last few days this week with the 19HS and it certainly isn't causing a problem.

I was having the same, intermittent problem with the driver being loaded but CV manager couldn't find it.  I am not sure what I have done to finally get CV manager to work again, and am curious to see if I manage to keep it up and running this time.  If it stays opporational, then maybe the cable helped. 

 Maybe someone who knows more about this cangive us more guidance. 


Re: Tried to Install USB Driver

Lou
 

Why are you using a Keyspan adapter? The programmer hooks up to a USB port and the driver install takes care of the interface between the programmer and the software. The Keyspan may be adding some problems.

 

The only driver that I have been consistently able to install is SiLabs ver. 3.2.0.0. dated 11/1/09. Everything else tells me it can’t find a driver even when pointing directly at the driver. The driver install program doesn’t seem to want to do it either.

 

Lou

 

From: QSIndustries@... [mailto:QSIndustries@...]
Sent: Friday, January 19, 2018 1:53 PM
To: QSIndustries@...
Subject: Re: [QSIndustries] Re: Tried to Install USB Driver

 




I just went through this and finally got it back to working.  I did use the message 16373 instructions, but it took me several tries...but I am not very good with computers.

 

 A few other  things.  First, I have been told that the serial to USB connector should be a good one and a poor one can result in sporatic connections.  I bought a Keyspan 19HS from amazon which has a unique driver for windows 10.  I had CV manager working with the older and lesser cable that just costs a couple bucks years ago at Best Buy but hopefully, the newer cable wi  result in a more dependable set up.  

 

Second, I saw that you had access to a windows 7 computer. I would try downloading CV manager to that.  I had a windows 7 and CC manager worked very well for many months.  I have seen other posts where people are having better luck with windows 7 and 8.

 

And I have been told by several people that the automatic windows 10 updates can really screw up CV manager.  I have my windows 10 on a tablet now and have done everythung I can to make sure it can't get back on line.  I never had to worry with downloads when I was running CV manager on Windows 7.  

 

Good Luck

 

On Friday, January 19, 2018, 1:34:38 PM EST, fly_rockets@... [QSIndustries] <QSIndustries@...> wrote:

 

 

 

Have you read message #16373 and tried this method?  To the upper left of the Conversation screen you can do a search for this message thread.  I've used this method an was able to reinstall the drivers several times after Windows 10 updates.





Re: Tried to Install USB Driver

adam starr
 

I just went through this and finally got it back to working.  I did use the message 16373 instructions, but it took me several tries...but I am not very good with computers.

 A few other  things.  First, I have been told that the serial to USB connector should be a good one and a poor one can result in sporatic connections.  I bought a Keyspan 19HS from amazon which has a unique driver for windows 10.  I had CV manager working with the older and lesser cable that just costs a couple bucks years ago at Best Buy but hopefully, the newer cable wi  result in a more dependable set up.  

Second, I saw that you had access to a windows 7 computer. I would try downloading CV manager to that.  I had a windows 7 and CC manager worked very well for many months.  I have seen other posts where people are having better luck with windows 7 and 8.

And I have been told by several people that the automatic windows 10 updates can really screw up CV manager.  I have my windows 10 on a tablet now and have done everythung I can to make sure it can't get back on line.  I never had to worry with downloads when I was running CV manager on Windows 7.  

Good Luck

On Friday, January 19, 2018, 1:34:38 PM EST, fly_rockets@... [QSIndustries] wrote:


 

Have you read message #16373 and tried this method?  To the upper left of the Conversation screen you can do a search for this message thread.  I've used this method an was able to reinstall the drivers several times after Windows 10 updates.

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