Currently Being ModeratedMar 26, 2010 2:53 PM (in response to MTK09)RE: DSP Failed to load model correctly.
The problem may be that you are not using software that is compatible with your Windows 7 OS. Please go the following link to download/install the Gearbox 3.72 software installer for your Windows 7 Operating System, which also includes the Line 6 monkey intelligent updater and the latest drivers for your Line 6 product.
Copy/paste the following links (beginning with http) into your internet browser for additional Line 6 software information:
Line 6 Monkey Installation and F.A.Q.
Windows: USB Device Driver Installation
GearBox 3.72 Release Notes & Known Issues
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Computer System Audio Optimization
Microsoft Vista/7 Tweaks and Optimizations: Video
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Gearbox Program manual
See the following information for setting up your Line 6 device as the soundcard on your computer:
Setting up your Line 6 device as the External Sound Card on Windows Vista/7 Video Tutorial
Assigning your Line 6 Device as a Sound Card on your Windows Vista /7 Computer: Screen Shot Tutorial
Currently Being ModeratedApr 25, 2010 1:07 PM (in response to Line6Andy)Re: RE: DSP Failed to load model correctly.
I have been getting this exact same error for every preset I try to load. Gearbox ran great with my Vista machine and I just got a new Windows 7 64-bit computer, I've installed all the sotware (gearbox, monkey, drivers, etc.) FIVE times now and I still get this error. The Line 6 sound module is set-up in my sound hardware profiles and everything. This is driving me nuts because I can't record any guitar stuff. Was this not tested on Windows 7 properly or something??? UGH!
Currently Being ModeratedOct 10, 2010 3:09 AM (in response to MTK09)Re: DSP Failed to load model correctly.
I am running Window 7 64 bit. When selecting amp models I get the error DSP cannot load model correctly. Failed to write to firmware as everyone else is getting. I have re-loaded monkey and gear box for windows 7. same issue same errors. Drivers are correct etc for Windows 7, but im still getting errors.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 13, 2010 7:15 PM (in response to MTK09)Re: DSP Failed to load model correctly.
Same problem here also. Toneport UX 2. Tried reinstallation, no luck, been using this software for years now, wish it would work on my new windows 7 computer. By the way the processor is i5 if that's any help.
Currently Being ModeratedDec 15, 2010 5:31 PM (in response to MTK09)Re: DSP Failed to load model correctly.
Same problem here too. I just spent hours reading the gearbox manual and when it came time to finally check it out I'm having this trouble! Looking forward to this being resolved. Windows 7 x64 bit. TonePort KB37
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 2, 2011 6:14 PM (in response to MTK09)Re: DSP Failed to load model correctly.
Same error as well. I use a TonePort UX2 on Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. I don't get the error when I use the "default" models that came with the UX2, but I get the error when I use any of the model packs that I purchased. I'm using version 18.104.22.168 drivers, version 1.01 USB Firmware, GearBox version 3.72.0, Monkey version 1.34. I have the same issue with POD Farm version 1.12, but it does not display an error message - I get a "clean" tone since none of the models load.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 5, 2011 9:03 AM (in response to MTK09)Re: DSP Failed to load model correctly.
I'm having the same problem as everyone else here, and it doesn't really seem like the Line 6-people get that it's a problem that has to do with running the software on 64-bit OS. The Windows 7 "compatible" drivers obviously aren't working on the 64-bit version of W7. I've spent over $300 on model packs and Podfarm 2, and NOTHING is working. I'm starting to get more than a little ****** off now.Attachments:
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Currently Being ModeratedApr 1, 2011 12:07 PM (in response to MTK09)Re: DSP Failed to load model correctly.
Same problem here.. Windows 7, 64 bit... So they simply just havent made any support for it? Anyone know if they're planning to release something?
I'm really tempted to see how much force i can apply to my GX before it cracks open, since that seems the only thing it can do.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 25, 2011 2:03 PM (in response to jjbakker)Re: DSP Failed to load model correctly.
Okay i guess i forgot what the subject was all about... thought this was about something else =) Filled with problems these thing.
I did however manage THIS problem by using FARM 1.0 instead of gearbox. And you having an UX2 i think you get FARM 2.0 for free? not sure!
Currently Being ModeratedJul 21, 2011 10:23 AM (in response to MTK09)Re: DSP Failed to load model correctly.
I finally got gearbox and podfarm to work with my UX2 (not the POD Studio UX2) by installing a non-Intel chipset USB 2 card - specifically, this one with an NEC 720101chipset: Rosewill NEC 4+1 Ports USB 2.0 PCIE Card Model RC-503. I bought it on Newegg for $20.
When I first bought the UX2 many years ago I had the same issue with the Intel-based USB port on my computer's motherboard. I had to install a PCI USB card to correct the issue back then. Line 6 has known about this issue for years and there is no reason that this issue shouldn't be resolved by now, or at least they should state explicitly that this hardware isn't compatible with the Intel chipset.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 4, 2011 4:17 AM (in response to MTK09)Re: DSP Failed to load model correctly.
I had this same problem after exchanging my PC for a newer model with Windows 7, 64 bit: updated software and drivers, uninstalled and reinstalled countless times. And then I tried a different USB cable - and bingo! For everyone who has this problen: Just try using a shorter and higher quality USB cable!
Currently Being ModeratedNov 13, 2011 5:09 AM (in response to MartinStuebs)Re: DSP Failed to load model correctly.
Another "funny" solution.
I got the same Problem - only the add models did not work on my new windows 7 PC.
I disconnected the UX2 from a USB2 Port (I had 6 of them) to a USB 3 Port (if that does speed up things - I DONT KNOW) ... but now all models are working fine - no error message.
good luck! XRAYSIMON
Currently Being ModeratedNov 13, 2011 5:44 AM (in response to xraysimon)Re: DSP Failed to load model correctly.
OK. Sorry ! It seemed to work. But on that USB3 Port the Audio Drivers did
not work at all - so the models were loading perfekt in the gear box, but no sound.
Strange thing is that ... when you open a LINE6 Device in REASON and select
one of the add model (fx junky or others) it works (you can hear the sound,
but you can´t edit em anymore. ... oh my god!
I just changed from an old XP-PC where everything worked fine but the power
did not get all the new projects ... so what s next to do ?
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 5, 2012 6:43 PM (in response to MTK09)Re: DSP Failed to load model correctly.
Ive tried everything under the sun, I have the latest drivers etc. De-installed and Re-Installed even bought shorter usb cable etc. Still same issue DSP failed to load, some settings will work others dont work. I will never puchase anything from you guys again, as I asked and I was told it works on 64 bit operating system which is not true. I installed on a 32 bit XP machine and it all works fine, but not on Windows 7 64 bit. All of you suggestions are a waist of time for 64 bit systems.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 5, 2012 9:50 PM (in response to MTK09)Re: DSP Failed to load model correctly.
I'm the proud owner of a Toneport UX2, DI GOLD, 2 Toneport GX's and a Guitarport when they were on my XP systems. I've given all of them away to students of mine with xp systems as none work with any of my windows 64 bit systems. I've been producing music from the old C-Lab Notator days in the early 90's and have used lots of different soundcards and systems and it's a crying shame that windows 7 won't work with the line 6 gear I have. It was top notch stuff with the XP computer systems and worked on all of them for many years. By the way none of my students have gotten any of these boxes to work with windows 7. I hope Line 6 can figure it out as all of the suggestions listed on the multiple threads here and elsewhere don't work for me or my students that want to upgrade to their newer win 7 computers. Is it a coding issue?
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 6, 2012 11:16 PM (in response to MTK09)Re: DSP Failed to load model correctly.
I have now given up on the Line 6 products, since they obviously have no clue how to fix the compatability issues, and the tech support is a joke. They haven't even answered my request for a refund for the modelling packs I bought that doesn't work. I bought myself an Avid Eleven Rack instead. It comes with Pro Tools, and it works straight out of the box. Problem solved.