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Author Topic: 19" Frontier Sierra (MIDI Expansion for DAKOTA system)  (Read 3718 times)

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19" Frontier Sierra (MIDI Expansion for DAKOTA system)
« on: June 23, 2017, 03:56:31 PM »
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Sierra is an expansion box for Dakota, and must be connected to Dakota. http://www.oldschooldaw.com/forums/index.php?topic=427



https://www.frontierdesign.com/Support/FAQs/Sierra

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Re: Frontier Sierra (MIDI Expansion for DAKOTA system)
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2021, 06:20:40 AM »
http://frontierdesign.com/download/pdf/Dakota/Dakota_Guide.pdf
http://frontierdesign.com/download/pdf/Sierra/Sierra_Guide.pdf
http://frontierdesign.com/download/pdf/Montana/Montana_Guide.pdf

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WARNING! Windows 95 is limited to a maximum of 10 MIDI
input ports and 10 MIDI output ports. Adding Sierra’s 8 MIDI
inputs and 8 MIDI outputs may put your system beyond the
limit, causing it to crash with the “blue screen” message:
 “MSGSRV32 caused a general protection fault…”
There is no easy way to recover from this crash, so before
you install Sierra, make sure you have no more than 2 other
MIDI inputs and outputs enabled in your system.