Originally posted by lacobo:
Found the solution: I hacked the registry settings of the VoiceEditor midi-setup. After a restart it worked.
For others with the same issue:
Here are some print screens of my registry setup: http://www.lacobo.com/pics/1.jpg http://www.lacobo.com/pics/2.jpg http://www.lacobo.com/pics/3.jpg http://www.lacobo.com/pics/4.jpg
After a restart things worked on my laptop. But first read the whole message…
The USB-Midi driver in the control panel should show: http://www.lacobo.com/pics/5.jpg
In the Device manager you should see: http://www.lacobo.com/pics/6.jpg
And the driver has these details: http://www.lacobo.com/pics/7.jpg
But if the whole T2 isn’t seen by the computer the best thing to do is to throw away the driver, remove the USB cable, restart the machine, insert the USB cable again and point the driver installation to the CD-ROM.