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No sound Is the Keyboard Station 88es, Reason software, the M-Audio delta 1010LT compatible with Windows Vista? If I needed to download the upgrades and think I have done so, then is it the wiring configuration? I don't know what to start working on and what I should leave alone. a computer saavy friend put the motherboard in for me but didn't check the Jumpers or the lines. My best bet is to start with the Motherboard, right?

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Try installing this driver : http://www.m-audio.com/index.php?do=support&tab=driver&serie_ID=1&PID=2b0aae232aeed5529a4916b0c8c33c4b&OS=15 May or may not be compatible cause this driver is for windows xp. I don't see a vista driver yet.

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