I seem to have a conflict between Giga Studio 3.0.2 and Maestro Tools 2.7.
If I install Maestro Tools on a clean system it works fine. If I install GS on a clean system it also works fine, but when I install and run those two programs togéther, they don't!
In Maestro Tools all midi inputs are set to "none" with no other options in the dropdown menu. However, if I don't install GS, I can choose all the midi inputs my sound device has to offer.
In GS, I get the message: "Giga Studio did nog startup properly, do you want to run Giga Studio in Diagnostic mode?" My Midi ports are greyed out and I don't hear anything. However, if I don't install Maestro Tools, everything works fine!
It doesn't matter in what order I install them, or start them up.
The soundcard I use is RME Digiface with the latest firmware and drivers installed. I'm working on a Windows XP Pro SP 2 system.
I'd love to pop a bottle of champagne with the one who's able to help me!
Last edited by thebartman; 08-08-2005 at 11:26 AM.
Reason: just a mistake