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Will not recognize Midair 25 (drivers installed)

I have vistahome professional 32 and the drivers for the midair 25 seem to install just fine, though when run through the adiophile it does not recognize the keyboard as the midair 25 it just shows as an unknown m-audio device.... is this and error in my setup or an error in my vista/audiophile.
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    I've got almost exactly the same problem, although I'm running XP Home edition (SP3) and I cant get anything to show up in Sibelius related to it.
    Help, please!

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Sounds like a USB issue. Is the device self powered? Did you try plugging in a different USB cable? Is it plugged into a powered hub?

USB 1.1 devices and USB 2 devices can cause issues together on the same bus or port. Try keeping devices separate or plug in just the maudio device. I had issues with USB Network adapters not being seen all the way because there was a older usb 1.1 device on the same hub.

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