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    How to install Roland Camm-1 GX-24

    I would like to know how to install my Roland Camm-1 GX-24 without a CD I am operating windows XP

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    Bonjour de Montréal, 'colorgreen' :) ... notice that this is your first post so welcome to the board :)

    As for your question, go to Roland's site, download and install the GX-24 driver for WinXP and away you go. I see you have Corel so you can cut directly from there; I'm not familiar with the others but I would expect them to work as well.

    http://www.rolanddga.com/support/
    Step 1: select 'Current Products'
    Step 2: bottom of the page, select 'Vinyl Cutters' and choose 'GX-24'
    Step 3: select 'GX-24 Windows 2000 / XP Cutter Driver'

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    Thanks for the welcome sounds like a pretty cool place to be.

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    howdy from Texas 2 you will find cutting from corel is set as printing the downloaded drivers should load it correctly & go into corel print pick your cutter & away u go make sure NO fill & lines are set to .001 thick/hairline hope this helps

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    Niner, I'd been warned to avoid the Roland DGA site, and to get the drivers from Roland DG site. The files were not as temperamental or corrupted, I understand.

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    Ian - hadn't heard about that one; the ones that I downloaded and installed seemed to work OK, but that's good to know though :)

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    Maybe it's only some drivers, and maybe there's some luck too!
    I think the dg site is from Japan & the dga is from USA and the Jap's one was supposed to be the better- that's from a few people on another forum who've been plagued with difficulties using dga drivers.

    edited to add: http://www.rolanddg.com/

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    Ian you are correct on location Roland dga is American. As of yet I have had no problems with drivers from A

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