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rowan17:
Hello, I own an old  Mac G4 800Mhz bought in 2002.It runs both OSX and OS 9.
While booting from OS9 I want to use the USB feature of my  keystation 49 S/N 2026628, with  my DAW .But OMS is telling me that the driver  Keystation (1*1) i.e one by one OMS driver could
not be loaded.
This has caused me to use a Midi to USB interface which went dead.
Is there some help out there.
Thanks

macStuff:
rowan17:

are u sure that you are using an original keystation 49?
because if u are using a mk2 its possible that the oms driver simply does not work because
companies stopped supporting oms + macos9 around 2004
im not exactly sure when the mkII revision model came out (Which was branded M-audio instead of 'midiman') but i think its probably in 2005 or later and they probably gave zero concern about macos9

MacTron:

--- Quote from: rowan17 on May 08, 2018, 10:50:07 AM ---While booting from OS9 I want to use the USB feature of my  keystation 49 S/N 2026628, with  my DAW .But OMS is telling me that the driver  Keystation (1*1) i.e one by one OMS driver could
not be loaded.

--- End quote ---
Did you install the Keystation 49 USB drivers
 and the Keystation 49 drivers for OMS?

mfny:
Anyone know if there is any way to get an Akai MPK Mini (1st gen) working in OS9 ?

mikkmuzik:
Thanks for this brilliant article. Its directed me to what i can use.

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