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Old 05-28-2020, 11:28 PM
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Default mbox pro keeps disabling every time I launch Ableton

I have to keep repairing my driver every time I launch Ableton after restarting computer to get mbox working. I hear the dreaded 'pop' and no audio.
It's never done this before and for the past 2 weeks it does it every time. Works fine with Protools
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