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Lexicon MX200 screen coming up as "ER", nothing else happens, and no sound

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Hello I have the same problem, I'm told that updating the firmware of the Lexicon MX200 is solved but it turns out that my pc does not recognize the device via USB to update, any solution? thank you very much

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