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Thread Help: Can't receive audio from my Casio keyboard w/ Acid 4.0

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1 Help: Can't receive audio from my Casio keyboard w/ Acid 4.0

Problem: Can’t receive music from my Casio WK-1630 keyboard to my PC using Microsoft XP.

Sending audio midi file from my keyboard to PC successfully, according to my manual. Problem is on computer receiving end. I don't know what to do next.

Audio software: Acid 4.0 and Soundforge 1.1

Instructions in both have no reference to how to receive midi files. I tried using the new MS Player 10 (with new recorder capabilities), and the standard MS Recorder. I just can't find any reference on how to receive keyboard or other device input and save it as a file. If I can get to that point, I know how to use the software.

Note: Device manager did show a midi device until I upgrade my operating system from MS 2000 to MS XP. Now it's gone. DXDIG (XP diagnostics) say my midi device is connected and working but I don't know how to access it.

Any help would greatly be appreciated.
Kindest regards,
[code][i]try uninstalling the device drivers for your midi,keyboard.since u upgrade from 2000 to windows xp,something mite went wrong there.and if u already try it.

or have u try the "add hardware manager" in control panel.to scan the devices conected to your computer...

well thats all i have i know it wasnt much help,but who knows. [/i][/code] :D
go to opitions and select: input midi device = your keybord (external controller or something like that), output midi device = your audio(midi) card (sb pci or ...) not emulated midi !!!