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Solution #1 has misread the question. The question would be better worded: "I have a 1/4" to USB guitar cable manufactured (or marketed) by ProSound ...". This device should be recognised by Windows as a Plug 'n' Play device. There are no drivers to install. If Windows does not recognise the device, it might be a fault with the cable or Plug 'n' Play. If this a Maplin A54HZ cable, there is an LED at the USB end which lights when connected. My A54HZ was recgnised by XP Pro SP3 straight away and self installed.
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
Go to the website of the manufacturer of the guitar, download and install the drivers needed. If the guitar came with a CD pop it in and run it. Drivers tell your computer how to run the hardware.
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