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Blue Screen of Death when running MIDI input to Lexicon Omega

I'm running Vista Home Premium on a Dell XPS 420. I've been able to get the digital audio interface of the Lexicon Omega working just fine, but when I try to connect an external MIDI device to the MIDI-in jack, my computer crashes with the Blue Screen of Death.

I've tried downloading just about every update and ASIO driver I can find, but I've had no better luck. This problem occurs with both Cubase LE and Sonar 6.

Help!!! I have a lexicon lambda with the same problem! Please help me!

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  • altis Aug 29, 2008

    I already have service pack 1! But i have a lexicon lamdba not the omega!

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