After installing the Digidesign 002/003 driver today, IÂ´ve gotten some problems. When trying to start Logic first time after installing the driver, it took a long time checking MIDI drivers, before I was told there was something wrong with my them, so I needed to restart my computer. So I did, and Logic started up as normal. I recorded a 12 track session, everything seemed to work out just fine. When returning home to my RME Fireface, IÂ´m having trouble starting up Logic, and get the same message about errors on the MIDI drivers. When I to start Utilities->Audio and MIDI setup in Finder, and then opening the MIDI window, it says "loading" for a long time. After a while I get a message that the MIDI server could not be opened, and are recommended to remove newly installed drivers. IÂ´ve tried removing what I can of Digidesign stuff, but I keep getting the same issues after a new restart. "Digi CoreAudio Device" still shows up in Audio units, but I canÂ´t get the option to remove it, and it also shows up in Audio devices in OSX preferences (hm, I donÂ´t know the right translation here. ItÂ´s where you can switch between external or internal sound devices for In/Out). This happens whether RME Fireface is connected or not, and IÂ´ve tried several restarts. Preferably I would keep/reinstall the driver, as I need to use the Digidesign 003 Rack+ next week as well, but first of all I need to start up Logic. The installed/active MIDI devices are 2 iOS remote apps and Native Instruments Kore. I mostly use Logic without any of these, but even if I just installed the last iOS app connection (DAW Remote) a few days ago, IÂ´ve never been having any issues with this. Anyone who know how I might solve this problem? Macbook (early 2008), OSX 10.7.4, Logic Pro 9.1.7).