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Lexicon Lambda driver not recognized in Windows 7 64, Lambda is still showing up as a USB composite device.

I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling the driver for this and it continually shows up as a USB composite device, unrecognized. Any help would be appreciated.

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  • Chris Dec 08, 2012

    Having the same problem...help!

  • Chris Dec 08, 2012

    Having the same driver problem...help!

  • Brad Bryant Dec 26, 2012

    Same issue, same OS version... every few days, the right channel will cease working. The only thing that brings it back is to remove all drivers, then unplug it, then restart, then reinstall the driver. It's possible this is due to it being plugged into a USB hub instead of directly into the PC, but I'll know more in about a week. Frustrating!!

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SOURCE: My Lexicon Lambda is not working

Go to your devices tab click on the ASIO driver Lambda and when you get that message click reset and try again it should work.

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SOURCE: Lexicon Lambda not detected

the usb could be the problem. when you plug it in does your comp make a noise if not it is the usb if it does than the drivers are not in sometimes its a program problem try going to start-mycomputer-(cd/dvd drive right click on it and click explore. find the file labled drivers and install them first than install the program hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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Make sure the usb socket is working ,the lamda takes current from your computer.Don't use a usb hub.Make sure you are using xp service pack 2 or higher.Try another usb socket.

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SOURCE: lambda lexicon sound problems: is vista the cause?

I have the exact same problem with vista in my hp pavillion dv5... anyone found a workaround better than throwing away the device?

Posted on Nov 15, 2009

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