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Old 07-09-2008, 06:17 PM
Northerncorp Northerncorp is offline
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Default Mbox2pro Boot problem with Windows

Hi,

I have an Mbox 2 pro working on Windows Xp Home service pack 3.
My computer is a Imac 24inch (boot camp)...

When i boot my computer on the Windows Side (Windows on Mac), Windows freeze.
So, the only thing that i can do is re-boot.
When i reboot, its say that i have probably an hardware how are not working correctly.

If i want to use my mbox, i have to disconnect it during the boot and reconnect when windows is started.

The problem is new, i know why... please help me.

(sorry for my bad english, this is not my first langage)
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