Well I guess my problem is a little less important. I have 1-2 3-4 5-? 7-8. I dont know where 6 went. I even checked to see if I could plug a wire into the input and toutch it with my finger to see if I got a vu response, Nothing.
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I don't believe that is going to work, the reason being the operating system will only accept one input device recording at a time...meaning you cannot record with 2 cards simultaneously....the only way you MAY be able to pull this off is if you record with 2 separate programs , and make each program use a different input device....
i'm running os 10.5.6 w/ protools 8.0 and the original mbox. i had the same problem. protools opened and seemed to work except there was no sound from either analog outputs or headphones. this worked for me: 1. shut down computer 2. unplugged all usb cables except keyboard/mouse 3. restarted computer 4. re-plugged usb cable from computer to mbox 5. opened protools session 6. hit play and now i'm hearing sound and everything seems normal.
To answer your question I would go to the M-audio desktop icon and double click on it to open it up. Go to monitor and make shure that you bring the levels of each one of the tracks up to 2/3 rd up. Pan each one hard left and hard right and make shure mute is off. Click the top boxes at the bottom of the vu slot and see if that helps. Also you must save it or it will return to the previous settings.
Sounds to me like you don't have a bi directional sound card.
It could verywell be your USB driver.
try uninstalling the driver. driver and reboot and let the PC plug and play a generic loaded USB driver.
Possible your sound card or chipset does not support the driver.
Wow man, round n round is right. And iknow how m-audio tech support can be. I would suggest returning it, it could be lemon. Also, you should only need an ARCHIVE AND INSTALL, not a full system reinstall- if it gets to that.