Here’s a question we seem to get a lot of in one variation or another: “I just got a new SCSI CD-ROM drive to use with my (insert any sampler name here) and the CD-ROM drive came with a driver disk. I have tried to load this disk into my (insert same sampler name here) and the sampler will not load the files from this disk. Do I need a different format driver disk?”
No, you do not need any driver disk at all when using a CD-ROM with a digital sampler. The driver disk that comes with most CD-ROMs is for use with a Macintosh or Windows based computer. All digital samplers use SCSI drivers built into the firmware and do not need to have new drivers loaded into them. You should be able to plug the CD-ROM into your sample and have it work right away.