Took over 8 months and several attemps between the time I first tried Pod Farm Free and the moment I managed to get it working, therefore justifying the purchase.
I REALLY wanted Pod Farm to work. In fact, the solution to my problem was one that was adressed to Pro Tools users, so at first, I disregarded it. But I eventually ended up trying it, just for the sake of it, and it worked. I bought PF the day after.
What does this mean? That the average potential customer most likely would have turned their back on PF.
BTW, POD Farm still is buggy and causes errors in Logic - less often but quite regularily. If not for the merits of sound quality, the software itself would rank pretty low on my list. I've seen donationware and shareware which work better.
I would then suggest that you use the Line 6 Uninstaller located at the location below to remove any currently installed versions of POD Farm 1 and 2:
Windows 7/Vista - C:\Program Files(x86)\Line6\Tools - Line6Uninstaller
Windows XP - C:\Program Files\Line6\Tools - Line6Uninstaller
Make sure to disconnect any of your Line 6 USB devices prior to starting the uninstaller. Make sure to only check the boxes at the top of the list that are related to POD Farm 1 and 2, and proceed to uninstall them. Once they are removed, restart the computer. Upon restart apply all available driver updates for your computer's hardware as well as Windows updates, especially anything related to C++.
After you have applied all available updates install POD Farm 2.51 from the link below: