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Old 10-03-2003, 02:43 PM
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Default Problems w/Core Midi and core audio MBox 6.1

I'm running 6.1 on OS 10.2.6 with an Mbox and every time I boot up the computer I have to re-run the core midi and audio setup. If I don't reset it each time, PT crashes on launch and Reason and Live don't recognize my Oxygen 8.

I still can't get reason to see my Mbox as an i/o option!

Any recommendations, optimization suggestions would be appreciated.
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