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    Help - Midi input opening problem

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    I haven't used my laptop with Reaper installed in awhile and I'm trying to get it updated and ready to record with again. I am using a DigiTech RP500 as an audio interface connected to the laptop with the USB.

    When I open Reaper I get an "error opening devices" message saying that a couple of my Midi inputs cannot be opened. These are midi inputs 0 and 1 as far as I can tell. When I look in the "Midi hardware settings" menu I see "!!! N/A: Enabled" under Mode for these midi inputs. Reaper shows connection with the RP500.

    How do I open these two Midi devices? Thank you to anyone who can help.
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    When you're in the Midi hardware settings try right clicking on the item, info for Reaper always says "Right click everything"

    Hope it helps!.
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