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Old 05-18-2005, 02:33 PM
grasshopper47 grasshopper47 is offline
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Default Digi 002 makes clicking noise and craps out. Help

After the 002 is on for a few minutes it makes an unusual clicking noise and the software can no longer "communicate" with it. Then the 002 is useless and won't respond when turned on, not even as a standalone mixer. I don't think it has anything to do with the computer, but the hardware itself. After an hour it'll do this all over again, working for about 10 minutes first.

Is there away to reset the 002 hardware to factory settings or unscramble it?
Help would be greatly appreciated!
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