VS-100: Driver Installation (Windows 7, Vista)

The following article will guide you through properly installing the V-STUDIO 100 driver onto your Windows 7 or Vista computer.


  1. Left-click on the Windows (or Start) icon on the bottom left of the screen.
  2. Right-click on "Computer" and then left-click on "Properties". In the System window that appears, you may view the “Windows edition” (Windows 7 or Vista) and the “System type:” (32bit or 64bit).


  1. Disconnect the USB cable from the V-STUDIO 100.
  2. Press and hold the DISPLAY button for two seconds. The UTILITY screen appears.
  3. Use the CURSOR/VALUE dial to select "STORAGE".
  4. Press the CURSOR/VALUE dial inward and then turn the dial counterclockwise to "OFF".
  5. Power off the V-STUDIO 100 and then power back on. Your V-STUDIO 100 will be out of storage mode and can now be used as an audio/MIDI interface.

• When installing, you must log on as a user with administrative privileges on your computer.
• Close system monitoring/anti-virus software before installing. If system monitoring software such as anti-virus programs are installed on your computer, you must close them until you’ve finished installing the driver.

  1. Disconnect any USB connecting devices—except your keyboard and mouse. This includes the V-STUDIO 100, any hubs, external drives, etc.
  2. Download the driver by clicking here:
  3. Note: Be sure to note where on your computer's hard drive you are downloading the driver to (e.g. in the "Downloads" folder).
  4. After the download has completed, close down all software on your computer.
  5. Open the folder location on your computer that you downloaded the driver to.
  6. Right-click on the downloaded driver and then select "Extract All..." An extraction destination window will appear.
  7. Click on "Browse", select "Desktop" as the destination and then click on "OK".
  8. Click on "Show selected files when complete" so that a check mark appears in the box.
  9. Click on "Extract". A window will appear with the extracted/uncompressed contents of the driver download.
  10. Right-click on "Uninstal" and then select "Run as administrator".
  11. Follow the instructions on screen and then restart your computer when the uninstall has completed.
  12. After restarting your computer, open the extracted/uncompressed driver folder on your desktop.
    Note: Do not open the downloaded zipped file with the ".zip" extension.
  13. Be sure that the V-STUDIO 100 is not connected to the computer via USB.
  14. Right-click on "Setup" and then select "Run as administrator".
  15. Follow the on-screen instructions and then connect the V-STUDIO 100 hardware when prompted on the screen.
    Note: Connect your V-STUDIO 100 directly to your computer--do not connect the V-STUDIO 100 through a USB hub.
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