How do I load a CUBE via USB?
How do I load content locally to the CUBE via USB drive?
To use the CUBE as a USB-loaded device for MOH, follow these steps:
- Format a USB drive as Fat32 (or delete all existing files and folders from the drive)
- Copy your audio files to the root of the USB drive.
- NOTE: This should be a pre-mixed audio file, as loading via USB does not support mixing audio onboard the CUBE. However, you may load multiple pre-mixed audio files, and the CUBE will simply play them back in alphabetical order prior to looping back to the first audio file in the list.
- Insert the USB drive into the CUBE. The files will automatically copy to the CUBE internal storage.
- NOTE: The new audio file(s) will only begin playing after the existing audio files end.
- NOTE: At this point, you can either leave the drive attached or remove it.
Network Diagnostics via USB
To view the current network diagnostics from a CUBE: Unzip the attached USB Diagnostic Tools folder Copy "Manifest.xls" and "netdiag.txt" onto the root of a USB drive Insert USB drive into CUBE Wait about 1-2 minutes Remove USB drive, and insert ...
Updating Network Settings via USB
If you are unable to set the network settings via CUBE's techmenu, you can follow these steps to configure the network using a USB drive. Needed Tools USB drive Note that this drive should be formatted as FAT, with Master Boot Record (MBR) as the ...
Network Troubleshooting via techmenu
If the CUBE is physically connected properly, but is not showing connecting in the Cubemc.net interface, you can connect a VGA monitor and USB keyboard to the CUBE to troubleshoot. You can also use this method to manually set an IP address, gateway, ...
Set a Static IP address via techmenu
Setting a static IP address via techmenu To set a static IP address on the CUBE using the techmenu, follow these steps: Connect a VGA screen to the VGA connection, and attach a USB keyboard to any USB port. Once you have a screen and keyboard ...
Adjusting the volume using a USB keyboard
Setting Master Output Volume The master volume of audio playback can be changed by temporarily plugging in a standard USB keyboard, and using the top two rows of keys (1 through 0, and Q through P). The row of keys 1 through 0 controls the Channel 1 ...