Follow the instructions below to boot your T-1 in safe mode: TIP: Banks are not automatically loaded in safe mode, so you can use this to check if you have a corrupt bank
On the T-1, a factory reset is done by erasing all banks and settings: Tip: If your T-1 crashes upon startup, it might be due to a corrupt bank. Use safe-mode to check if this is the case, and use factory reset to fix the issue
If your T-1 got bricked during a firmware update you will need to perform a manual firmware upload. Follow the instructions below to perform a manual firmware upload:
There are two known reasons for this behavior. 1. T-1 got bricked during a firmware update. 2. One of your saved banks is corrupt, causing the T-1 to keep crashing upon startup.
Make sure that you are following these steps before updating: If the process keeps failing see “How do I perform a manual firmware update” to update to the latest version included in the T-1 Config tool.
Check that your T-1 is appearing as a midi device in your DAW and is responsive when powered up. If this is the case here are some things you can try to make T-1 Config load: