Thanks for the update - good to hear that you got it sorted.
I hope your SYSEX librarian can cope with the data in the packet.
No, I'll not need any further info, as I have the manual and once I get the hang of the system, I'll be able to work whatever out, if I even need to, which I may well not.
I got the TQ5 way back, at the same time I got my Roland LAPC-I card new. I had the TQ set up as part of my set-up for a long time, but after moving house it's stayed in a box, the setup jysr uses the slightly more modern Yamaha MU90r and Korg NS5r - these are a lot more relevant to the things I do as they support GM sound sets while the TQ5 is totally NOT GM compatible. Even so, it has some nice sounds on there, and could come in useful sometime.
Oh, I found the saved file with all the data for the 100 User instruments that were pre-loaded when I bought the device. Some at least were very nice, if I remember correctly. If you've not got them, I could send them to you. File about 14 or 15 k, even less if zipped.
I cannot remember now how I 'saved' the data - I think there's a menu option on the device to send the data, and I used a prog on the PC to capture the midi data received, saved the file, then edited the binary file to clean away any garbage Might have to tweak something to get your computer to send it as midi or systex so your device can load it, or maybe you could do something with the librarian?