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You can remove midi devices:
https://www.gearslutz.com/board/music-c ... rs-pc.htmlHi there,
For those who might have reach the wonderful 9 midi drivers limitation on Windows by installing many time the same driver, or having changed soundcards often or whatever...
Here is how to removed duplicates / unused midi drivers in the registry.
Go in the regedit (run and type regedit)
Open the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
Then Software > Microsoft > Windows NT > Current Version > Drivers32
You will see midi subkeys Midi, midi 1, 2...
There you can delete any duplicates and make free space to instal new ones.
The worse you can do here is removing used drivers and having to reinstall it so not very problematic...
Hope it helps,