If you connect the SCS.3 controller(s) to your computer and they never seem to get detected by DaRouter, please look in Device Manager and see if it looks like the picture below...
No generic driver available...
(taken from Windows 7)
See how the controllers are all showing up in OTHER DEVICES and have little exclamation marks on them. This is how you know you have this issue. The following is a work-around that will hopefully get you back up and running. First grab the generic driver zip file attached to this post. Unzip it and put the folder somewhere you'll remember.
Now, in Device Manager, right click the first SCS.3 device you see with the little exclamation mark and select the option to UPDATE DRIVER SOFTWARE.
Next, click BROWSE MY COMPUTER FOR DRIVER SOFTWARE.
Then click LET ME PICK FROM A LIST OF DEVICE DRIVERS ON MY COMPUTER
If needed, select SOUND, VIDEO, AND GAME CONTROLLERS, then select HAVE DISK...
Navigate to the unpacked driver folder and select "emuxmidi.inf", then install the driver.
It should install the driver and tell you the process is finished. Rinse and repeat for the other problem SCS.3 controllers in Device Manager. At the end of the process your Device Manager should look like this...
Generic MIDI Driver.zip (189.56K)
Number of downloads: 56
Drivers properly installed.
Hopefully this helps some of you!