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Right sound channel not working

With a system that previously had worked, I can now only get one channel to work with both input and output. I'm using the USB interface with my XP OS.

Any thoughts? My next move would be to reinstall the ProTools SW.

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Barry

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Sounds like the same problem i had.. uninstall the mbox and all asio drivers. then reinstall the mbox and asio drivers you should be fine after that.

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