Topic: G-System Driver Misconceptions
For everyone who is having "trouble with the G-System driver."
I can't say this enough. THERE IS NO G-SYSTEM DRIVER!! If you think that the problem is with the G-System driver, then...well...you are hallucinating. Sort of like blaming the crumbs on your sheets on a troll under who lives under your bed.
The G-System uses the built-in, generic MIDI driver that is provided by the operating system. That driver is known to be extremely stable (at least on Vista and Win7 - I don't know about XP) and is widely used in the industry, including by MIDI giants like M-Audio.
We know that some of the problems encountered are with bad drivers from other vendors interfering with the Microsoft-provided drivers. We also have evidence that some specific Dell machines have a USB implementation that is a bit scrwed up. It also would not suprise me if there were a hickup or two in the G-System on-board USB stack - but we don't have much evidence of that, to be honest. But there is no problem with the "G-System driver that TC provided" - because there isn't one.
If you have a problem with connectivity between your computer and the G-System, look at some OTHER issue as a starting point.
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