- 17th November 2016 at 16:23 #27557
I tried to install the drivers on my PC (WIN 7 64bit) , but the program says there’s no LP connected and the LP-16 screen says “MAC”.
Fabio17th November 2016 at 17:28 #27558
Hi De Rossi,
Please make sure you have installed the KB3123479 hotfix.
[Windows requires a new extended validation code signing(based on SHA-256) mechanism for drivers. Earlier versions of Windows 7 and Windows 8 cannot verify the new certificate, in which case please update your windows with the hotfix KB3123479.]
If you have previously installed the LP-16 please uninstall the driver.
Reboot your PC
Make sure you have no USB drive connected to the LP-16
Start the driver installation and connect the LP-16 to the PC when the driver ask you for this.17th November 2016 at 17:48 #27559
thanks for the very quick answer! I’ll try that ASAP and let you know, my music PC it’s in my studio and there’s no internet connection there 🙁
Fabio18th November 2016 at 21:41 #27560
KB3123479 won’t install, neither in my home PC (has internet connection) nor in my music dedicated pc 🙁
[both have win7 ultimate]
what now?19th November 2016 at 09:36 #27562
solved it myself. here’s how: start pc, F8 -> Disable Driver Signature Enforcement. FUCK YOU BILL GATES.
:whistle:21st November 2016 at 11:24 #27565
Thank you for your feedback21st November 2016 at 12:56 #27567
anyway my “solution” did not fix the problem at all, since everytime I turn my pc off, when I turn it on again windows refuse to accept the drivers as “genuine” and blocks ’em! so everytime I start my pc, I should disable driver signature and reinstall the drivers. this is madness. I know it’s not your fault, but PLEASE provide a workaround for this! the hotfix is not working at all as I stated before, it won’t even install, but I don’t want to install another windows version and reinstall all the programs etc., I’ve had this setup for years and it is working for my music production, so I’m not gonna update for any reason.21st November 2016 at 13:28 #27568
btw, what usb thumb would you recommend to me? my pc has no usb 3.0 anyway.21st November 2016 at 13:53 #27569
Related on this windows driver issue, I recommend to contact with the Microsoft support to figuring out why that hotfix cannot be installed on your pc. If you have installed that hotfix you don’t need to spend more time on “Disable Driver Signature Enforcement” manually.
I would like to help you but I cannot, because the other users successfully installed that hotfix and I don’t see the reason why cannot be installed on your PC.
As the LP-16 does have USB 2.0 connector as well in this case any standard USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 drive should work properly. As the LP-16 has only playback function the drive performance not that critical like on other devices with recording functions. For a best performance please make sure the LP-16 has up to date firmware and you format the drive with LP-16 before you copy the songs on the drive.
We have pretty good experiences for playback purpose with Sandisk Cruzer Fit; Sandisk Cruzer Blade; Verbatim Nano drives4th May 2017 at 00:54 #28291RustyParticipant
I have an issue my LP16 says USB INTERFACE MODE when I plug into my Dell Lattitude windows 10 machine. then I follow your instruction in another post about connecting my pc and LP16 to mix but I cannot do anything like that…The tracks play in UTOOL mixer right out of my pc speakers and the LP16 does nothing at all….any ideas?
Thanks4th May 2017 at 11:33 #28292
Please make sure:
You have no USB drive connected to the LP-16.
You have a current driver installed on your PC.
If you open the LP-16 mixer panel it shows the device connected.
Open the settings in uTool then select the Audio device type to Asio and select LP-16 as output device. There’s a test button in the output device here you can verify the LP-16 successfully connected.
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