eabhohelsia.tk/map10.php These are the places where third-party MIDI drivers are stored.
Forum Hosted By: The file you are downloading is in 'Disk Image' extension '. Might be worth checking. Programmers can use it to test MIDI drivers and applications. Don't connect the Fast Track Pro to your computer while it is shutting down. If the keyboard or device is responding differently than expected, this can help confirm exactly what data the device is sending to the computer.
If they have become corrupt, or they haven't been installed correctly, removing them and starting over may help. Restart your computer. Try your MIDI device again.
If the symptom has been resolved, you should Reinstall each of these drivers by visiting the home page for the respective device manufacturers. Find and download the latest drivers for the product s , and install them. Confirm all of your devices now work properly, then trash the files you had moved from your MIDI Drivers folder to your desktop. When prompted, enter your Apple OS X administrator name and password to continue with the driver removal. After your computer is fully restarted, double-click on the downloaded Disk Image.
This will bring you back to the contents of the virtual drive and show you the same two icons M-Audio Fast Track Pro. The driver installer will launch. Click 'Continue'. The next screen will give important information about the driver you are installing. Select the hard drive you want to install the driver to. A green arrow will appear over the selected hard drive.
Then click 'Continue'. On the screen that follows, click 'Install' - the driver files will be copied to your computer. You will have to enter your Administrator name and password. Click 'OK' once your done. A message will appear informing you that the computer needs to be restarted at the end of this installation. Click 'Continue Installation'. The installer instructs you to 'Click Restart to finish installing the software'.
It is not recommended that you use these resources unless you are confident you are affected by the specific scenarios that cover them above.
Use these files at your own risk. It's impossible to cover all of the possibilities of USB troubleshooting in a single guide but this should act as jumping off point.
The suggestions above should at least help you quickly determine that a product is functional, and to help you overcome common setup obstacles such as poor USB communication or out-of-date drivers. If you require further assistance with product setup or have determined that the product is NOT functioning correctly, contact the Technical Support team or refer to some of the related articles below:. Support Knowledge Base. Contents What does 'Class Compliant' mean?
Device will not power on Operating system error after the device is plugged in. Other potential causes include: Missed settings or steps with software or hardware setup The first steps when you encounter a device not connecting properly should always be to try different USB cables , different USB ports and even a different computer.
You can find this in your Control Panel. If sorted by category, click on Hardware and Sound to find the Device Manager. Double-click on the Sound, Video and Game Controllers category and you should find your device: If your device appears similar to the image above, this will indicate that it's connected and communicating properly.
The Fast Track Pro is a Class-Compliant device, which means that no driver is required Do not connect the Fast Track Pro to your computer yet! Download the latest M-Audio Fast Track Pro driver for MacOS X from the. Have an M-Audio Fast Track Pro for my iMac. Just upgraded to OS El Capitan. Now it is not recognized, or says that the device is not connected in System.
Remember that these are windows drivers and are not specific to your device. For more information on resolving this, see Step 2 in the Further Troubleshooting section of this guide. An easy way to test this is to watch the Device Manager while unplugging the device.
Plug the device back in and watch the Device Manager again to see what pops up. That will be your device.