For at least a few weeks now, I've noticed that the pads, buttons, and encoders will be unresponsive after a system boot (turn on or restart) until I turn it off and on again. Running MASCHINE or Controller Editor does not fix it, though, oddly, the hardware still reacts and displays the various software elements correctly, it just doesn't function as a controller e.g., Shift+PLUGIN doesn't switch it to MIDI mode, pads/buttons/encoders do nothing to the software when launched. Not the worst issue in the world, but it is pretty irritating! Tried everything I can think of, including... Windows (10 Pro) up-to-date BIOS and motherboard etc. drivers up-to-date Firmware and drivers are latest (as of this post) Reinstalling Mk3 driver (without controller connected) Manually uninstalling drivers, rebooting, installing fresh* Reinstalling MASCHINE Reinstalling Controller Editor Checking driver installation in Device Manager Manually pointing Device Manager to the Mk3 driver Different USB ports Different USB cables With and without USB hubs (multiple different ones)** Disabled all unnecessary start-up programs Removing all unused or superfluous MIDI drivers on the system Fast-boot disabled Device Manager power/performance tweaks (i.e., disabled) for USB hubs/devices USB Selective Suspend disabled Any other ideas anyone? One of the few times I need them and NI technical support is closed! *This appeared to work for a (re)boot or two, but then the issue returned. **A USB hub was only used when the test required it.