Thank you for giving me this. Im glad that you came along before tomorrow. I have to go to a school around me and tell them how to use it, and this will make it so much easier.http://www.theatrecrafts.com/archive/documents/geniusal.pdf
I actually have an old LBX sitting in my basement right now, it's an interesting board to use.
I'm doing it for a school called Rocky Mountain Middle School. I'm there right now and I don't think their board is going to work because they don't have the floppy disk with the OS on it.Glad to help! Just curious, what will the school be using the board for?
I'm doing it for a school called Rocky Mountain Middle School. I'm there right now and I don't think their board is going to work because they don't have the floppy disk with the OS on it.
Really? Because when we turned it on all the lights came on then turned off, the floppy drive bay made a noise and it just sat there. Doing nothing, the screen was black and none of the buttons did anything.
I haven't been back at the school sense Friday but i told them that really their best course of action is to just buy a new console. However, i contacted one of my team members and asked them to take a look at this thread and all of your replies and determine the best course of action.did you get it working?
after the OS is re loaded you may only get (1) channel until you enter a configuration key
(the few day time limit mentioned above was when the were new)
they were configured by Strand LA or Toronto
you then had to get the real key from the UK.
they gave you a week or so to register the console.
this policy eventually went away and both LA and TO were able to generate the real key
if you get the console working and have no channels
send me the serial key (bottom of the set up screen) it will be a long number starting with 000 000 000
with that number I can get a pass key generated that you type in.
we can also still have parts for GSX and LBX