But – no go. You have to follow the instructions to the letter or it simply will not work and subsequent installations may fail even if the next time you DO follow the instructions. I will check that again to make sure I downloaded the 64 bit version. M-Audio – Acclaimed audio interfaces, studio monitors, and keyboard controllers You have to choose whether you have the or 64 bit-version of XP installed. Maybe I’ll try and hook it up one last time just to see Thanks for taking the time to help though – it is appreciated. They would have done this for you.
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This should NOT be that difficult considering today’s software capabilities. What technical specifications motivated your choice? Look no farther for a USB midi unit.
MIDISPORT 2×2 – Need a Windows XP driver that works! | Fractal Audio Systems Forum
This let’s me quickly verify where the issues are. I bought this one because of missing printer port config on XP. It has a slow pulsing light to tell you that its configured for USB correctly.
Also you need to remove them completely from your system and unplug the interface before installing or re-installing them again. Windows 2xx2 x64 Intel i7 3. Do you already have an account? I will read the M-Audio instructions again to see?
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My MidiSport simply won’t work! The M-Audio Formerly Midiman Midisport 2×2 is a usb-midi interface with two sets of midi inputs and midi outputs. You get one chance to do it right. Fix it in the take!
Come from a great company that updates their drivers. The fact that it’s a brand new computer makes it all the more important you check for these updates 2d2 exception being, if it was recently built by a reputable DAW builder like Jim R. Now X1 doesn’t recognize the Midisport 2×2 Anniversary edition at all.
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Bottom line, if you understand the importance of your audio gear drivers being up-to-date, then you should certainly get why the same is true for the mainboard at the core of your system. Maybe I’ll try and hook it up one 22×2 time just to see Thanks for taking the time to help though – it is appreciated.
The user doesn’t follow the instructions and gets confused because they get the same message 2 or 3 times in a row. There is no lag or latency that needs to be compensated, and the lights on the Midisport easily let me know when it’s sending and receiving data. No, create an account now. When I plugged mivisport test box into my midisport it didn’t work.
Once in XP, now with Windows 7 64bit, works fine. For those looking for a small midi interface to complete a sound card that has no Midi inputs and outputs, it’s a great plan. If that doesn’t work then it’s a paper weight! East of Santa Monica Status: I will uninstall the driver and go back through the instructions carefully.
I will call tomorrow and speak to M-Audio folks and report back However, it did work for a while?
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It was all very bizarre and I was proud of myself, after 2 hours, that I got the installation correct. Haven’t received registration validation E-mail? Scott Peterson Expand Collapse.
The chipset drivers are the drivers for the northbridge, southbridge and often some peripherals on midispot motherboard. I’ll never will get rid unless they have the brilliant idea to make us obsolete USB. You need TWO Midi cables in the first place to make it work. All one has to do is “google” Win7x