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    It a possibility, but not likely. Though I have experienced even more horrible things with some motherboards that did not make any sense.

    Obvious and possibly redundant question, are you plugging or unplugging the stuff after starting computer or Widows?

    All should be in before startup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmys69 View Post
    It a possibility, but not likely. Though I have experienced even more horrible things with some motherboards that did not make any sense.

    Obvious and possibly redundant question, are you plugging or unplugging the stuff after starting computer or Widows?

    All should be in before startup.
    Yes i hooked up zommg5n before turning on computer.

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    Tried a different USB cable???
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmys69 View Post
    It a possibility, but not likely. Though I have experienced even more horrible things with some motherboards that did not make any sense.

    Obvious and possibly redundant question, are you plugging or unplugging the stuff after starting computer or Widows?

    All should be in before startup.
    here's some images...20190916_135649-jpg20190916_135612-jpg20190916_135508-jpg20190916_135443-jpg20190916_135426-jpg

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    I tried three usb cables altogether...heres some more images20190916_135345-jpg20190916_135325-jpg20190916_135305-jpg20190905_092939-jpg
    Last edited by Robert Donithan; 4 Weeks Ago at 08:58.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmys69 View Post
    It a possibility, but not likely. Though I have experienced even more horrible things with some motherboards that did not make any sense.

    Obvious and possibly redundant question, are you plugging or unplugging the stuff after starting computer or Widows?

    All should be in before startup.
    Here's something..i tried it out on another computer in abelton live lite and it worked..that in theory means that it's something between the original new computer and cubase and other daws...they somehow can recognize the zoom g5n pedal but the popup still shows up saying "audio hardware using selected asio driver has been removed from the computer"...but when looking in the computer device settings it's there and "working properly"...in the cubase daw everything in the devices or studio pane shows the g5n there inputted and outputted (loaded up)but i still get that popup and there no sound no level indicators moving...

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    If you haven't already: Remove the installed driver from the computer. Download the driver for the Zoom from their website that is appropriate for the OS you are running it on.

    Install it and try again. If it doesn't work, then you have other issues that need addressing...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmys69 View Post
    If you haven't already: Remove the installied driver from the computer. Download the driver for the Zoom from their website that is appropriate for the OS you are running it on.

    Install it and try again. If it doesn't work, then you have other issues that need addressing...
    I tried all those things..what i was hoping was that someone would show me where the pop-up window that says"the audio hardware that uses this asio driver has been removed from this computer" is...If i could delete then reload the daw it would recreate a new file...it works with some xml. etc. When you put an x in front of the folders name sometimes creates a cure...i use windows 10 pro-file explorer but cannot find where that pop-up comes from

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    I have avoided Windows 10 like the plague. Wife has it on her PC and it scares me how different and inefficient for me as Windows 7 is....

    Sorry, no help there.
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