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Recognizes the midi interface but not the keyboard

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I'm using a macbook pro with osx 10.5.5 and I tried to connect my korg sp-250 with a m-audio uno midi interface. I installed the driver and the computer recognizes the interface, but no signal gets to the computer. For ex: I open Sibelius (a music program) and the program recognizes the interface but doesn't receive any signal whe I play on the keyboard.

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I am using lenovo system IBM & this system format, but sound card not match this system.  You are requested to please solve the problem.

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NOTE: Before beginning the following process make sure that ALL of your MIDI gear is connected.

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- Roland "IN" connected to Tascam "OUT"

1) Open your "Applications" folder.
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11) Adjust any other settings appropriate to your setup.

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12) Click (and hold) on the MIDI Out arrow of the US-224 button.
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Regards,
VJ

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