I'm not sure that this StackExchange is the best place for this, so close this question with extreme prejudice if I'm out of line.
I have a Waldorf Blofeld keyboard, and via their "Spectre" application on Windows I'm trying to download (or upload; however you want to look at it) the "Standard Sample" set from the computer to the device. The software seems to start transferring the file (a MIDI file), and the device UI displays a message to the effect that the contents are being downloaded.
However, after getting to (variously) 3% or 4% of the transfer (according to Spectre), the transfer just stops. The little red "MIDI" light at the top of the keyboard UI stops flashing as well.
I've left it sitting there in that state for long periods of time (hours), and nothing ever happens.
Now, I've been able to do firmware updates and patch file transfers from the same computer with the same setup without any problems. And in all other ways, the keyboard seems to work just fine; it plays music and stuff.
Is there some sort of "reset" or something that can/should be done to prep the sample memory for a download?
I'm running the 1.22 version of the firmware, and (I think) a new version of Spectre; I just re-downloaded it and re-installed it today.