Has there been a fix to this issue yet?

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wesjames0100
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Has there been a fix to this issue yet?

Post by wesjames0100 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 8:03 pm

Hi all, do any of you know if there has been a fix for the "Windows 10 MIDI driver install for Subsequent 37 Editor" issue?

It's driving me mad.

The problem is described here:

https://www.moogmusic.com/news/attentio ... s-10-users

McKenzie
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Re: Has there been a fix to this issue yet?

Post by McKenzie » Sun Sep 08, 2019 2:25 pm

Does anyone know the answer?

Razzia
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Re: Has there been a fix to this issue yet?

Post by Razzia » Mon Oct 14, 2019 4:18 pm

I’m no computer genius but I got the Editor working in my DAWs. My guess is they’ve already released the newer version of the firmware and/or editor that plays nice with Windows 10. I had to mess around with it for a while with little success, but what actually made everything work for me was to delete the generic driver that gets installed if you connect the sub 37 to your pc before installing the real driver, then restarting your pc and initiating the install of the moog driver with the sub turned off. IIRC you need to turn the sub on partway through the installation regardless, but if you connect and turn it on beforehand windows will automatically install a generic driver, and sometimes you can’t overwrite those so you have to go into device manager, identify and delete the driver manually, then install the proper one.

Hope this helps

The reason being, if you turn it

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