Old 01-20-2019, 12:33 PM   #1
mikemc
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Default Managing Reaper / Windows MIDI hardware duplication

Hi, besides downgrading to an older version of Reaper, what is the best way to avoid / resolve this? (image attached)

nanoKontrol 1/2 !!! N/A - duplicated from unplugging and replugging into the same USB port
nanoPad 1/2/3 !!! N/A - the same, then rebooted my PC to reset hardware instance numbers to 1

Do I just have to never touch my hardware, or be doomed to set up hardware input/outputs in preferences and then track input/outputs on a per track basis when something changes in my setup?

Since tracks appear to save input/output from device ID rather than name, this means keeping track of all device id's or having to redo routing / record arm input for all tracks upon a change.

thanks in advance
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Old 01-20-2019, 03:28 PM   #2
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Just tell Reaper to forget the obsolete ones (N/A) and it will stick.
It is an option in the MIDI devices menu. Just right click and you will see "forget" as one of the options.

FWIW this was caused several weeks maybe months ago by one of Microsofties "helpful" updates & has been the subject of a bunch of threads on here.
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