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24-bit Digital USB Audio/MIDI Interface

DriversEDIROL UA-20 Driver Ver.2.0.0 for Windows XP / Windows 2000

This is the EDIROL UA-20 driver for Microsoft(R) Windows(R) XP Home Edition/Professional and Microsoft(R) Windows(R) 2000 Professional.


Ver.1.0.0 -> Ver.2.0.0
- A single driver now supports WDM/MME/ASIO 2.0.
* The previous WDM Audio Driver and MME Audio Driver have been unified.
- An uninstaller has been added.
- You can now open the Settings dialog box from the Control Panel.
(This was already possible with the WDM Audio Driver.)
- We have fixed the problem that had caused some applications, such as Media Player 9, to hang up when particularly long system exclusive messages were played.

- This driver supports WDM, MME and ASIO (Steinberg Audio Stream I/O Interface) 2.0.
- Multiclient support
- As many as four applications can simultaneously use each MIDI OUT/MIDI IN port.
Operating System: Microsoft(R) Windows(R) XP Home Edition Microsoft(R) Windows(R) XP Professional Microsoft(R) Windows(R) 2000 Professional Computer: A Windows(R) XP/Windows(R) 2000 compatible computer with a USB connector that supports USB Specification Revision 1.0 or higher CPU/Clock: Windows XP: Pentium(R), Celeron(TM), Intel-compatible Processor/600MHz or higher Windows 2000: Pentium(R), Celeron(TM), Intel-compatible Processor/400MHz or higher Memory: 128MB or more ---------------------------------------- * This driver has been shown to function properly when used with average computer systems having specifications that conform to the above guidelines. You should be aware, however, that there are numerous other variables that can affect performance, including differences in hardware design, system configuration, and overall combination of software applications that are used. Therefore, the actual system requirements could be different than the above.

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