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###################################################################### CASIO USB MIDI Driver (Version 1.2) (C) 2004-2005 CASIO COMPUTER CO., LTD.

Company and product names used herein are trademarks of their respective owners. ###################################################################### This document explains how to update to Version 1.2 of the USB driver required to transfer MIDI data between an instrument that supports USB connections and a computer. The procedures in this document can be used to update from the Version 1.1 USB driver. The USB driver version can be found in the "readme.txt" file on the CD-ROM that comes bundled with the instrument. If your current USB driver is operating normally, it is recommended that you continue using it without updating. * Supported Operating Systems Windows(R) XP, 2000, Me, 98SE, 98 * Main Modifications [Windows XP/2000] [Version 1.1 -> Version 1.2] - The newer version fixes problems during data transfer using system exclusive messages on a system where Intel Hyper-Threading Technology is enabled. - It also fixes problems caused during MIDI data playback using Running Status. [Windows Me/98SE/98] [Version 1.1 -> Version 1.2] - The newer version fixes problems caused during MIDI data playback using Running Status. * Updating Your USB Driver All of the following driver update procedures assume that your computer is installed with the USB driver on the CD-ROM that comes bundled with the instrument. * To update the USB driver under Windows XP - Under Windows XP, you do not actually update the USB driver. Instead, you need to first uninstall the existing driver and then re-install the new one. Be sure to perform all of the steps in the following procedure. 1. Log on to Windows XP using a computer administrator account. See the documentation that comes with Windows XP for information about computer administrators. 2. Click [Start] -> [Control Panel] -> [System] -> [Hardware] -> [Driver Signing]. On the dialog box that appears, select [Ignore], and then click [OK]. If you cannot see the [System] icon on the Control Panel, click the [Switch to Classic View] option. 3. Turn on the instrument, connect the instrument to the computer with the USB cable, and enable the instrument's USB function. 4. On your computer, click [Start] -> [Control Panel] -> [System] -> [Hardware] -> [Device Manager], and then click the [+] button next to [Sound, video and game controllers]. Check to make sure that [CASIO USB MIDI] is displayed under [Sound, video and game controllers]. 5. Double-click [CASIO USB MIDI] to display its properties. 6. Click the [Driver] tab and then click [Uninstall].

7. In response to the Confirm Device Removal dialog box that appears, click [OK]. 8. Close all windows that are open on your computer. 9. Leaving your computer and instrument connected by the USB cable, turn off the instrument. Wait for about 10 seconds, turn the instrument back on, and wait until the screen described in step 10 or 11 appears. 10. When the message "Can Windows connect to Windows Update to search for software?" appears on your computer, select "No, not this time" and then click [Next]. 11. When the "What do you want the wizard to do?" message appears, select "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)" and then click [Next]. 12. Select the "Search for the best driver in these locations" option, make sure that only the "Include this location in the search" option is selected, click the [Browse] button, and specify the folder where the driver file is located (Example: C:\CCMID12). After that, click [Next]. 13. Wait until installation of the driver is complete. If a message appears asking you to specify the location of the file to be copied, specify the same folder you specified in step 12, and then click [OK]. 14. Click [Finish]. 15. Check to make sure that the "Your new hardware is installed and ready to use." message is displayed near the task tray (normally in the lower right corner of your computer screen). * To update the USB driver under Windows 2000 1. Log on to Windows 2000 as Administrator or using some other Administrators group account. 2. On your computer, click [Start] -> [Settings] -> [Control Panel] -> [System] -> [Hardware] -> [Driver Signing]. On the dialog box that appears, select [Ignore], and then click [OK]. 3. Turn on the instrument, connect the instrument to the computer with the USB cable, and enable the instrument's USB function. 4. On your computer, click [Start] -> [Settings] -> [Control Panel] -> [System] -> [Hardware] -> [Device Manager], and then click the [+] button next to [Sound, video and game controllers]. Check to make sure that [CASIO USB MIDI] is displayed under [Sound, video and game controllers]. 5. Double-click [CASIO USB MIDI] to display its properties. 6. Click the [Driver] tab and then click [Update Driver]. 7. Click [Next]. 8. Select "Display a list of the known drivers for this device so that I can choose a specific driver", and then click [Next]. 9. Select "Show compatible hardware" and then click [Have Disk]. 10. Under "Copy manufacturer's files from", click the [Browse] button, and specify the folder where the driver file is located (Example: C:\CCMID12 ), and then click [OK]. 11. Click [Next]. 12. Click [Next]. 13. Click [Finish]. 14. Restart Windows. * To update the USB driver under Windows Me 1. Turn on the instrument, connect the instrument to the computer with the USB cable, and enable the instrument's USB function. 2. On your computer, click [Start] -> [Settings] -> [Control Panel] -> [System] -> [Device Manager], and then click the [+] button next to

[Sound video and game controllers]. Check to make sure that [CASIO USB MIDI] and [CASIO USB MIDI(VxD)] are displayed under [Sound, video and game controllers]. - You should update the [CASIO USB MIDI] driver first and then update the [CASIO USB MIDI(VxD)] driver. Make sure that you always update the two drivers in the sequence described above. 3. Double-click [CASIO USB MIDI] to display its properties. 4. Click the [Driver] tab and then click [Update Driver]. 5. Select the "Specify the location of the driver (Advanced)", and then click [Next]. 6. Select the "Search for a better driver than the one your device is using now. (Recommended)", make sure only the "Specify a location" option is selected, click the [Browse] button, and then specify the folder where the driver file is located (Example: C:\CCMID12). After that, click [Next]. 7. Click [Next]. 8. Click [Finish]. This completes update of the [CASIO USB MIDI] driver. 9. Return to Device Manager, and then double-click [CASIO USB MIDI (VxD)] to display its properties. 10. Click the [Driver] tab and then click [Update Driver]. 11. Select the "Specify the location of the driver (Advanced)", and then click [Next]. 12. Select the "Search for a better driver than the one your device is using now. (Recommended)". Make sure only the "Specify a location" option is selected, click the [Browse] button, and specify the folder where the driver file is located (Example: C:\CCMID12). After that, click [Next]. 13. If the above driver selection dialog box appears, select the "The updated driver (Recommended)", and then click [Next]. 14. Click [Next]. 15. Click [Finish]. This completes update of the [CASIO USB MIDI (VxD)] driver. 16. Restart Windows. * To update the USB driver under Windows 98 or 98SE 1. Turn on the instrument, connect the instrument to the computer with the USB cable, and enable the instrument's USB function. 2. On your computer, click [Start] -> [Settings] -> [Control Panel] -> [System] -> [Device Manager], and then click the [+] button next to [Sound video and game controllers]. Check to make sure that [CASIO USB MIDI] and [CASIO USB MIDI(VxD)] are displayed under [Sound, video and game controllers]. - You should update the [CASIO USB MIDI] driver first and then update the [CASIO USB MIDI(VxD)] driver. - Make sure that you always update the two drivers in the sequence described above. 3. Double-click [CASIO USB MIDI] to display its properties. 4. Click the [Driver] tab and then click [Update Driver]. 5. Click [Next]. 6. Select "Search for a better driver than the one your device is using now (Recommended)" and then click [Next]. 7. Make sure only the "Specify a location" option is selected, click the [Browse] button, and specify the folder where the driver file is located (Example: C:\CCMID12). After that, click [Next]. 8. Click [Next]. A message may appear asking you to insert a disk. If this happens, specify the same folder as you specified in step 7 above, and then click [OK]. 9. Click [Finish]. This completes update of the [CASIO USB MIDI] driver. 10. Return to Device Manager, and then double-click [CASIO USB MIDI (VxD)]

to display its properties. 11. Click the [Driver] tab and then click [Update Driver]. 12. Click [Next]. 13. Select "Search for a better driver than the one your device is using now (Recommended)" and then click [Next]. 14. Make sure only the "Specify a location" option is selected, click the [Browse] button, and specify the folder where the driver file is located (Example: C:\CCMID12). After that, click [Next]. 15. Click [Next]. 16. Click [Finish]. This completes update of the [CASIO USB MIDI (VxD)] driver. 17. Restart Windows.