Originally posted by David Govett:
This is not a problem in the \"Pro\" edition of XP. Anyway, we needed to use the MIDI yoke to configure a filter between the keyboard and the GigaStudio. The extra ports brought the whole system down to a crawl and they had to use the backup machine for the show. Also, we could not for the life of us remove the damn midi yoke driver no matter what we did. It acts like a virus and reinstalls itself no matter what. We managed to finnally trick it into giving us access to the dos with a repair mode in XP and delete the dll file. We even removed it from the device manager and searched and removed the refernces to this dll in the registry, all at once. The reboot, and.....its still there. The only solution was to erase the system and start over.
Crazy eh? If anyone knows how to deal with that virus that is supposed to be a friendly program, let us know. Its harmless though if you have XP pro or Win98SE.