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I have been searching forums for a few days with no luck, if someone could be nice enough to help me out that'd be great, if this kind of problem has ALMOST) i guess its time to buck up and make the leap to tiger. I don't remember for sure where these key entries are, but you could start by looking at this thread: Where is the registry key for the default audio device in Windows Good luck.
Accept/Close Toggle navigation Sign up Log in Reason Products Desktop apps Reason ReCycle Sound libraries Rack Extensions Mobile apps Thor ReBirth Support Blog Search Shop Support Support > User support > When I open MIDI in Audio MIDI Setup with Pro Tools 7.3.1 installed I get this message: "Audio MIDI Setup was unable to launch the midi server. If none of the above works it sounds like it could be a re-install fix good luck though buddy share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
And that file you told me to delete,I dont seem to have it.The only file I have that Has Audio in the root is "com.apple.audio.AggregateDevices".
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