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Old 01-17-2018, 11:19 AM
therealwilllove therealwilllove is offline
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Default Mbox 2 control panel says hardware not connected

Hi guys im running pro tools 8 le just upgraded to the 8.5 and i have a mbox 2 and ive downloaded the correct drivers and everytime i open up the control panel for the mbox it says hardware is not connected. theres no audio flowing in or out. but when i open up pro tools i can record and hear playback,but the audio just sounds different when its controlled by pro tools. any help would be greatly appreciated

also by the way im using a dell optiplex 990
10gb of ram
and windows 7
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