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Old 10-05-2019, 06:29 PM   #2
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"Universal ASIO Driver?" I don't believe there is any such thing. It's certainly not something that would ever show up in device manager because drivers tend to be specific to hardware, and device manager is a list of hardware components, not drivers (though it can tell you which drivers they are using).

The closest thing to that I think would ASIO4All, which is a hack intended for devices that don't actually support ASIO, and also won't show up in device manager.

Usually the problem you describe is hardware related. It could mean your cable is bad or the port it's plugged into, or even the audio device itself.

Can you try your Roland on another computer? You just need to troubleshoot and rule out every part of the chain.

You could also try uninstalling your device driver and reinstalling it (with a reboot in between). Something may have become corrupted there.
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