Originally Posted by DavidinGA
I'll have to go back and revisit it all; I gave up on the program ever working a while back...
I couldn't get it to work on two different win10 pc's, so I figured it was a poorly written program.
I never tried unplugging my usb devices, but I did try a number of other things such as: run in compatibility mode, run as admin, uninstall/reinstall multiple times. The app would simply never connect to the nx3000d. I think I tried multiple usb cables too, thinking that was the issue; never worked.
I also tried it on my laptop and the nx3000d was the only usb device attached, so I guess I actually did try the no other usb devices attached suggestion - it didnt' work from my laptop either...
That thread is too long to go through everything you did. I did see someone mentioned to download the software from musictribe, but I downloaded mine from the support section of the regular behringer website. (see attached, it is still V1)
The only other thing I can think of is maybe you were running nxedit without unzipping it. Once downloaded you must unzip the nxedit.exe in a new place so it is not sitting in the nxedit.zip folder. Or possibly move it from your desktop to the root C drive and see if you can run it as admin from there just in case your desktop folder has some weird policy.
Did you ever install the inuke software on any of those computers? I have not, maybe it is conflicting?
I doubt this would be an issue but did you delete the first memory slot on the NX3000d? I did not. It is still there sitting next to 17 other saved config files.
Sorry I am all out of ideas if that does not work and you have verified you have a good usb cable. If that does not work.... from my perspective the only thing left to change is the operator.
I went through the whole process again just for you, you know what I learned? I got a damn good price on my unit for purchasing it before release. $ Should have bought 100 and sold em to you guys.. lol