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June 22, 2016 at 6:33 pm #28083MrDazyDudeParticipant
maybe it´s a little off Topic, but i recently purchased a CME UF6 (The Red One) with a Waldorf Nano Extention installed. Unfortunately, there are no Drivers for WIN7 64, which i need to use it with me Computer.
I tried several different ways to get it running, but Windows doesnt recognise even the Vista Drivers, which is very Sad. I know i could simply connect via MIDI, but that way the internal Nano Synth is completely useless because it cant be sequenced.
Any Ideas to solve this?June 27, 2016 at 5:28 pm #28100techsuppotParticipant
Thanks very much for your favorite and support for CME product.I’m sorry to take you in the trouble and make you wait.
Let me explain why we don’t have new USB driver by now.Due to development earlier,the UF BIN has something incompatible,and the bin can’t be updated.So it is very hard to do the new driver.In a word,due to the technical reasons,we can’t do the new driver,not we don’t want to do.Hope you can undersand.Thanks very much.
Because the UF is developed in 2004.In that time,there is no class-compliant driver specification of USB device,and Intel Mac is the newest OS…So Manufacturers can’t guarantee the compatibility before the operating.And UF v1 is stopped production in 2006,there is no newer OS than Intel Mac ,too.So there is no newer USB driver .
I mean you can use MIDI connection to let UF work again.Any MIDI interface is all right.Or if your sound card has MIDI port,it also can work.
I’m sorry I can’t get your wish.Hope you can kindly understand.
Regarding the vista driver of UF, I have a officious version driver. If you like, you can send me a mail([email protected]). In that I can send it to you.
Regarding NANO, as I remember, it should be installed inside of UF. And you can change the programme of Nano by UF.October 11, 2016 at 11:06 pm #28251sorinParticipant
I also have and UF7 keyboard which i love except for the missing 64bit driver (and the “Timing Clock” and “Active Sensing” as named by MIDI-OX, which crash reaper).
The vista driver you are talking about, is it 64 bit? is it an official one? or is it the 1.05 with modified inf which can also be found on the internet?
I do not really understand your explanation about 64 bit driver missing. What is a “bin”?, do you mean the binary/firmware file meant to program the micro-controller in the keyboard? If so, maybe would it be possible to program the chip directly from outside the usb ?(with a programmer like JTAG, pickit or similar).
I also understand that this bin would turn the cme usb interface in a class compliant device, but if it is really not possible, why not provide the non class compliant 64bit driver. And if you also cannot do that, why not at least please release the driver source so maybe someone could modify it and built it for 64bit.
as a side-note: while trying to find myself a solution i also noticed the same VID_7104&PID_2202 is used by Miditech Midistart-2 (which seem to have xp 64bit driver, much toysh keyboard btw). That also mean Midistart-2 driver can be installed for uf, but not working. Just as a curiosity, do you know if they share the same micro-controller?
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