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M audio ozone drivers keep disapearing

When I plug my Ozone in, windows will search for all of the drivers. This happens roughly 6 times out of every 10 that I try to set up. I have tried switching the usb port but to no avail. Any Ideas?
Many thanks, Jon.

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  • seamonkeydo Jan 26, 2009

    Thanks for your input. I forgot to mention that I am running the latest Ozone update for the drivers, but thanks again.
    Jon


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