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Transit USB Installation Instructions for Windows Vista & Windows 7
Do not connect the Transit USB to your computer yet! The driver installer should be run first!
1. Download the latest Transit USB driver from the M-Audio driver download page and save it to your Desktop.
If this is the first time you've installed the Transit USB on your computer, please skip the uninstallation instructions and go to step 3 of this guide.
If an M-Audio Transit driver is currently installed on your system, it will need to be removed before a new driver can be installed. In this case, launching the installer file should bring you to the screen shown below, if a "User Account Control" window appears, click "Continue". Click "Next".
2. When the InstallShield Wizard is Complete, click "Finish".
3. Double-click the downloaded driver installation file (again), if a "User Account Control" window appears, click "Continue", and the following window will open:
4. Click "Next". The License Agreement window will appear (see below):
5. Once you've reviewed the licensing agreement, click the radio button next to "I accept the terms of the license agreement", then click "Next" to continue and "Install" in the window that opens after this.
If a Windows Security window appears, click "Install".
6. The installer will inform you that the Transit was installed successfully. Click "Finish".
7. Connect the Transit to an available USB port on your computer.
8. Shortly after connecting the Transit USB, it will display an “Installing device driver software” window.
Note: Some Windows Vista users may receive an error stating that the driver was not successfully installed, when in fact the driver does install successfully. If you receive this error, continue below to verify that the control panel recognizes the device as "connected." If it does not, see this guide.
9. When finished, it will display "Your devices are ready to use".
10. Connect the output of your M-Audio Transit USB interface to your speakers, mixer, or other amplification device so you can hear the output of the device.
Once you have completed the installation procedure above, a red M-Audio icon (shown below) will be visible in your system tray. Right-click this icon to launch the M-Audio Transit USB control panel.
This control panel can also be opened by double-clicking the M-Audio Transit icon in the Windows Control Panel.
13. If you have completed both the software and hardware installation properly, the Transit Control Panel will open without problems and will show “connected”; and the Transit is ready to serve as an Audio Interface for your computer and recording software.