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When I click on the amt.inf file it doesn't give an option to run or install it,
it just opens an info file.
The directions are not clear where they say to install the virtual serial port
drivers-amt.inf file,
install it where? There is nothing there to install?

Not really into changing/modifying my system just to use an editor.
I have a few other editors from other products and never had to do
anything like that to use their editors.

Is anyone else having problems getting the new PC editor to work?

I updated the firmware to 2.5.5 and that went ok.

But when I followed the instructions to install the Editor it seemed
like the drivers (amt.inf ?) it needed to work were not included in the download.
The application’s installation instructions:

1. Download the archive file
2. Unzip the file.
3. Connect the CP-100 to a PC with an USB cable and choose the CP-100 mode – USB Drive
4. Copy in the USB drive root folder the file – firmware (it is in the unzipped folder).
5. Safely unmount USB-drive and disconnect the USB cable.
6. Connect a power adapter to the CP100.
7. After the program is renewed, connect the USB cable and chose CP-100 mode “Serial port”.
8. Install CP-100 USB virtual serial port drivers – amt.inf (the file is in the unzipped archive folder).
9. Run the file CP100Setup.exe to install the application.
10. On the end of the installation, run the application AMT Pangaea CP_100

Any help much appreciated.

Thanks for the replies Dogman and Alexander.

I actually used the editor that someone made for the Pangaea,
I think I downloaded it at the same time I downloaded the latest
firmware update for the Pangaea.

I was able to use it to change the volumes of each preset on the
computer, it's a lot easier than doing it on the unit itself.

With my Pangaea I've been using only 3Sigma Audio IR's. They are really consistent
volume wise from IR to IR.
However, I need to lower the volume of the Pangaea's output across all of them by
the same amount.
Is there an easier way to do this than going in and lowering each volume of each
preset separately 100 times on the Pangaea!!??

Thanks for any help.

Thanks for getting back Dogman I appreciate it!

I changed my setup and now have my Pangaea running off the extra outlet
on the back of my pedalpower, so it's running at 12 volts.

So it is ok to use a 9vDC power supply with the Pangaea with no ill side effects?

I'm loving the Pangaea so I don't want to harm it by using the wrong
voltage, but it would be great if I can use it at 9v on my pedalboard.

Is it still working ok at 9vDC for you Dogman?

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