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Windows refuses to recognize the Player/Factory/Laboratory MIDI keyboard, the driver is not detected.

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Close all applications.

Locate file wdma_usb.inf which shall reside somewhere on your hard drive.

Copy-paste it into the directory C:\Windows\Inf\ then restart the keyboard.Windows should install teh driver by itself.

If and only if so, start the Analog Player/Factory/Laboratory; the software should now synchronize automatically with the hardware. If not, drop an eye in its Audio & MIDI Preferences and tick the keyboard as main MIDI input.

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