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Oxygen8 v2 i recently bought the oxygen8 v2. Iv installed all the correct drivers and software but it doesnt seem to work with any of my programmes. When im using reason there seems to be no signal goin in. everythings on and the volume setting are correct. its driving me nuts...can anyone help with this problem?

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  • Anonymous Nov 10, 2008

    Picked up ok in Device Manger and list as 2 device in Sound, Video & game controllers but no software will work with it.

  • quayquay17 Jan 05, 2009

    except, with the original oxygen 8
    installed everything, even tried it with an interface, but wont do anything, not even show up in fruity loops or deckadance


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Well do u have the controller CD? Because I bought the MIDI board as well yesterday and found out that w/o that CD installed it won't work. But my problem is the CD won't install on my vista because its not "compatible" any ideas?

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