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Old 03-16-2015, 08:20 PM   #18
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Here is the reply I got. for anyone else looking.

"You might have reached the 10 driver limit in Windows. Please perform the following:

Disconnect the nano, then go to My Computer, open the Program Files (x86) folder, then the KORG folder, then the KORG USB-MIDI Driver folder. There you should find UnInstDrv.exe. Please run this, click “Next,” and you should see a list of MIDI entries that can be uninstalled. Check every one of the ones that mentions your nano, then click “Next” again. Click “OK” to confirm.

Then, go to the Start menu, type “regedit”, and press Enter.
Open HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, then SOFTWARE, then Microsoft, then Windows NT, then Drivers32.
You should see midi1, midi2, all the way up to midi9. One of them will reference Korg in the “Data” field.
Delete the entries that reference KORG.

Next, reconnect the nano, and run the “Install KORG USB-MIDI Device” utility to install the nano again."


You might have reached the 10 driver limit in Windows. Please perform the following

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