You will need to run it on your 32 bit emulation, as the program is simply not compatible with 64 bit windows programs. Inside of the folder, there is a file entitled “sigdb400.sbs”. If your DSP4000 is any other version than 2.158, delete this file and use the MIDI-> get database function to pull the database from your 4000.
Make sure to download all five files, and place them all in the same folder.
Hope that helps!
One question: Did you encounter a problem when trying to fetch the database from the 4000? It doesn’t work for me with the 1.53 version (“Awating reply..”), but it works with the newer version. Device ID on the 4000 is set to 1 and the settings were the same in both instances.