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Old 03-01-2012, 07:50 PM
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Default mBox 2 Standalone Drivers for XP pro

I've looked through this forum but couldn't really find out where to post so please excuse me for that.

I'm finally just getting a new laptop and setting it up. My other laptop that I had crashed on me and damn near put me out of business. So, I have this new laptop with Windows 7 on it & I'm making a beat in Cubase 5 and the ASIO just cuts off. This has to be the drivers. So, now I am going back to XP pro because that's where the mBox 2 works best.

I'm looking for mBox 2 standalone drivers for XP 32bit & one for 64bit. So, where can I find them?
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