Problems with Hercules DJ MP3 E2

Original title: HERCULES DJ MP3

My friend of America gave me a controller HERCULES DJ MP3 E2 and I lived in the Philippines.

Currently I have a problem with the TOP button on the LEGALIZATION of MODULE 2, I'm not touching the button on the controller. But his movement on the software. I use VIRTUAL DJ Version 7.

I tried to reinstall the driver from the HERCULES and VDJ. Ran CCLEANER. Restarted my computer.

Always the same.

From now on, I'm running MIDI MONITOR to check on my controller. But then I could not understand the manual because it is in FRENCH

Here are the specs of my computer
FUJITSU LIFEBOOK C SERIES C 2330
RAM 1.2GIG
WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL EDITION SERVICE PACK 2

Unfortunately I don't have the budget yet to buy a new controller. Because I'm just starting as a DJ.

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Hello

-When the question is is produced?
-Did you change your computer, after which the question began?

Test the issue in a clean boot state. There could be a third-party software that is causing the problem to occur, this is why I suggest you put your computer in a clean boot state and check if it works normally.

http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/310353


Note: Do not disable the HERCULES DJ MP3 E2 in clean boot and pPut your computer back to normal mode (follow the steps in the article) after the test.

If the problem persists, contact Hercules support the best.

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