And as you noted there are many left over versions of the devices visible in the Device Manager.
I found then in 3 categories in the Device Manager:
- 3 instances of KSP.
- 2 instances of TF.
- 2 instances of every BMT virtual MIDI port.
- 2 instances of a generic MIDI device which I assume are the Win 10 default ports created for the KSP and TF.
Sound Video & Game Controllers:
- one instance each of the KSP, TF and BMT virtual ports.
- various USB devices only some of which have the power management option that was turned off earlier (Allow computer...)
- I cannot easily tell which device the KSP and TF are physically connected to.
So what do I delete?
SJC> Well troubleshooting Windows issues is generally outside the scope of Bome Support so I would suggest you look at the MICROSOFT SITE to determine how to properly remove old drivers. I've had luck with the following, however the disclaimer is I CANNOT GUARANTEE THIS WILL NOT BREAK SOMETHING SO BEST TO CHECK WITH MICROSOFT SUPPORT HERE.
What I would do is delete all MIDI devices and Software Devices in Device Manager and then reboot the PC and let Windows re-discover them always selecting the standard Windows Driver when prompted. It is typical to have 2 software devices per MIDI port (one for in and one for out).
Another, idea is to look at the unique UUID for the working drivers to determine which ones need to be removed. This is sometimes an exercise in frustration matching UUID's.
Once ports are removed and then re-discovered, you may need to re-install Bome MT Pro to recreate the Virtual Ports. The same may be true if you are using other applications that create their own virtual ports (i.e. loopBE loopMIDI, Bome Network Pro - Unlimited Virtual Ports).
As far as the Enigma Preset Editor, you should probably discuss this with M-Audio.
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