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Sometimes I forgot to plug my external sound card when I run Cakewalk. So, Cakewalk tells me "hey, can't find the devices! You must re-configure the audio setup". It would be nice to have a button for re-scanning the devices and check if everything is as Cakewalk knows. Wha t I should do is I go to the task manager, force Cakewalk closing, plug the sound card and re-open it.
I haven't found this topic or anything similar to it in any of the forums, so I'm hoping that this is the proper place to post it. What is happening is that after I boot up my Windows 10 64-bit laptop, at any time afterwards if I try to open a *.cwp file or a *.mid file, the file opens successfully in Cakewalk by Bandlab. If I then close the Cakewalk session and then attempt to launch it at any time thereafter in the same Windows session, nothing happens. There is no response. Double-clicking on any file that Cakewalk normally opens causes nothing to happen, and attempting to launch Cakewalk from the Start menu also causes nothing to happen. If I then reboot Windows and try either of these options again, Cakewalk successfully opens and loads the file if a file had been double-clicked. But then any subsequent attempt to re-open any other file associated with Cakewalk, or Cakewalk itself, again leads to no action. I've studied this thoroughly and have concluded that I can open Cakewalk by Bandlab only one time per session. Has anyone else encountered this problem, and if so, did you find a fix for it?