Otherwise you could just use the Windows XP driver in compatibility mode. Any help will be well recieved. Thank you for your answers, synthfreek and massnerder. Your name or email address: Synthfreek , Dec 7, You must log in or sign up to reply here.
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Driver A and Driver B.
You midiplis log in or sign up to reply here. Not sure which one works, but one should. My Windows XP was bit, yes, and that could be the problem, I don’t know.
SeltarbDec 1, After the driver is installed plug the keyboard in and see if it finds the driver. If not, you may have to go to device manager mdiiplus look for it under Sound and Audio Devices or Unknown Devices and install the driver manually.
Thank you very much for your time and for your answer, massnered. SeltarbDec 3, Discussion in ‘ Audio Hardware ‘ started by SeltarbDec 1, Thank you for your answers, synthfreek and massnerder. Try downloading this driver: Do you already have an account? Steve Hoffman Music Forums.
Looking for drivers for my BCT Midiplus Origin 61 keyboard (Windows7) | Steve Hoffman Music Forums
Most likely the problem isn’t moving from Windows XP to Windows 7, but a bit architecture to bit. SeltarbDec 8, It seems that win7 is a step backwards for MIDI.
When I bought my Origin 61, it didn’t work on my Vista so I asked the seller by mail if he had a driver. Any help will be well recieved.
Can’t really test myself anymore since none of them installs on windows 10 So yeah, I ended up here also looking for the new driver But it seem to me that both of the content are different.
Looking for drivers for my BCT Midiplus Origin 61 keyboard (Windows7)
This is one of the reasons why I stopped using Windows to assist with music creation. IvanovicNov 13, If you’ve put that origin away to dust, maybe it’s time to get it back again.
Sadly, I had already tried them and none worked for me. Log in or Sign up. No, create an account now.
Otherwise you could just use the Windows XP driver in compatibility mode. You could give this a shot, I uploaded it in the link below, or try to download it yourself from http: SeltarbDec 7, You could also purchase a cheap MIDI interface that has its own drivers like this one: SeltarbDec 6, I always used the 64 bit Vista support for this, as well as on Vista as on my later Windows 7 64bit.
He then sent me this: You may need to unplug the keyboard first, just follow the instructions on screen. Yes, my password is: Your name or email address: