Hey dogs, I've been having this issue for a while now and it's really killing my motivation. The problem is that I can't get my keyboard to truly work when using the ASIO4all. I've managed to get sound once or twice in a project, but if I for instance decide to 'go out of Ableton' to turn my system volume up or down - the sound goes off. It smells like some kind of clash between the keyboard driver and some other driver. I've got the MS Wavetable synth off in ableton too. I read somewhere that windows supports only a certain amount of sound devices and every time you plug in a MIDI device in a new USB port - it creates a new 'slot', therefore limiting your support like that. Don't know how true that is, but I know I don't want any windows reinstallations again.:rolleyes2 Basically, after doing a clean win7 installation on my laptop, I can't really use ASIO drivers and Axiom 25 keyboard at the same time. I can get it to work with the standard windows driver, but that provides a great deal of latency and renders the keyboard pretty much useless. I've tried reinstalling the drivers, making sure absolutely nothing that could use ASIO is on but the DAW I'm working with, restarting the PC, trying different DAWs, changing the keyboard presets... Can't get it to properly work with any DAW. What makes it more frustrating, is that I never had the same problem on this system before, and it was exactly the same setup - Win7 x64 Ultimate with ASIO4all and Ableton/Reaper/Reason. The difference is that the last Windows I used was a little bit older. So I must be doing something wrong in terms of driver installation, right? Is there something I'm missing - like a certain chain of installation order? I'd appreciate any help, not being able to use my keyboard is a pain in the ass. Thanks for reading.