Have acer laptop midi to usb cable miditzer wurlitzer programe casio keyboard 5.1 sound system 5.1 sound system box can play wurlitzer programe sound by mouse or computer keyboard xp installed but casio keyboard is notdoing anything help please
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If other formats of audio files like MP3 - Wav etc. can be played on the computer, but not MIDI files:
1. Open the "Controle panel". 2. Open "Sounds". 3. Under Tab - Volume - activate "Advanced". 4. If the "SW Synth" is Muted - remove the "V" in the box. 5 If the volume is set to minimum - increase the Volume.
You should nov be able to play Midifiles - with sound. (above routine is for Windows XP)
is this a bootup password that comes up right away when the power is turned on? If so - then the keyboard, mainboard or the flex cable connecting the keyboard to the mainboard is faulty.
I would reconnect the keyboard and clean the flex cable and its connector, I've found sand inside two laptops so far that had keyboard issues... cleaning the flex cable and the connector solved the issue in those cases.
If that doesn't help, you can try another keyboard or a usb keyboard, if both don't work then the issue is either the keyboard connector or the mainboard is failing, which isn't uncommon for acer, I have a 3000 series laptop that has the same problem - keyboard doesn't work, usb doesn't work either.
the 'Add New Hardware Wizard' and force it to install the non-certified M-Audio drivers that were supposedly installed when running the M-Audio installer. (Skip internet search, and browse to M-Audio folder in Program files, it will eventually find them.) There are two M-Audio USB drivers that need to be 'forced' via New Hardware Wizard. But Windows thinks its drivers are a better match and even though 'device is working properly' it doesn't get recognized in your software. replaced them with the 2 USB ones from M-Audio, DAW finally recognized the keyboard. I even went through regedit to clean up all the M-Audio stuff so I could get a fresh install.
Good Luck you can do this /Have a great Sunday and a safe one.