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Will not load my device drivers

Post by Cupeters » Sun Apr 29, 2018 12:49 am

I am trying to connect my Zoom H1n recorder to Cubase LE. I downloaded and installed the device drivers but when I try to load them in Cubase, it lets me select the driver in the VST window and asks if I want to switch the ASIO driver. I click yes and it comes up with a box that says "No Device!" I have tried it with the recorder plugged into the USB and without it plugged in, same results. Any ideas?

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Re: Will not load my device drivers

Post by Romantique Tp » Sun Apr 29, 2018 1:05 am

Are you using the latest driver from here?
https://www.zoom-na.com/products/field- ... #downloads

Make sure to follow the Installation Guide included with the download. You might have to restart your computer afterwards.

It's a good idea to connect your Zoom device to your computer before running Cubase.

The Zoom driver should have installed a device control panel, which can be accessed by going to Windows' Control Panel or by using the Start Menu and searching for "Zoom". Does the control panel work?
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Re: Will not load my device drivers

Post by Cupeters » Mon Apr 30, 2018 3:12 am

I did get the drivers to load and Cubase to work as long as my device is connected. Now, I can only get Cubase to play back through my device and not through my computer. Do I need to purchase and install a soundcard for my computer for cubase to play back through my computer?

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