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Driver for PCS-Direct Mk 101 midi keyboard ?


greybeard

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I'm having problems trying to test the output of an old midi keyboard, PCS Mk-101.

I've got Midi-ox loaded and connected the keyboard via a new midi/games pci card in my 64bit desktop, running XP. Sound out of the card is ok, and Midi-ox will allow me to use the pc keyboard to generate sounds.

Question - did this keyboard need a driver ? The only reference I can find via google is an old auction page mentioning that they had a floppy supplied with it when it was new.

Most grateful if anyone can give me a lead on this, if a driver is necessary, and even a source for one. Google hasn't pointed me to one yet, nor to a manufacturer, but I'm still searching.

John

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