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Yamaha Station Won't record MIDI to Wave file

I had to reinstall Win95 and now my Yamaha Station no longer records Wave files from MIDI files. When I attempt to do this, I get a message: "MMSYSTEM322 All wave devices that can record files in this format are in use. Try again when a device is free."
     I have a Yamaha soundcard OPL3-SA that I'm trying to run in the MPU401 mode (i.e., software wave table).
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DuncanLong
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oozinsuznCommented:
Here are a couple things that may need to be set up manually.

Check your MIDI settings by going to the control panel, then open multimedia, then select MIDI. Try the menu item "MIDI for Internal OPL2/OPL3 FM Synthesis". Click APPLY.

Open the control panel, then open MULTIMEDIA, then select MIDI. Select the menu item "MIDI for MPU-401 Device". Click APPLY.

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