Currently Being ModeratedApr 27, 2009 7:54 AM (in response to candreasffm)Re: Vetta Patch Update without Flash Update?
I think you've answered your own question. If you have a bad preset, updating only the operating system is not going to fix the bad preset. If the preset is bad, you need to reprogram it. thorne
Currently Being ModeratedApr 30, 2009 2:09 PM (in response to thorneven)Re: Vetta Patch Update without Flash Update?
No, it was the other way...
The sound was accidantly corrupt - from one day to another and I want to get rid of it.
So yes, I wanted to replace the sounds. But this seems only to work, when I first re-install the firmware.
I'm looking for a way to replace just the sounds - without re-installing the firmware.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 2, 2009 10:00 AM (in response to candreasffm)Re: Vetta Patch Update without Flash Update?
You CAN reset the factory and user patches from the front panel of the amp. I've never tried this, but the instructions are here:
Scroll down that page and find "vetta I and II soft reset".
I'm pretty sure that this will ERASE YOUR USER PRESETS and fill the user slots with copies of the factory patches (same thing that happens when you update the software), so save them with Line6Edit or MidiOx or something before you try it just to be safe!!
I wonder why the Line 6 guys didn't tell you this when you originally posted this....
Oh well.... I don't come here much anymore. Sorry i missed your post back in March.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 3, 2009 4:11 AM (in response to jvblack)Re: Vetta Patch Update without Flash Update?
Oh, yes, the Soft Reset, this would be cool.
But for this I need a full working Vetta (working "save" and "page" knobs).
In my case the screen was frozen and no button works after powering on the amp. I hoped there would be a handling as seen at the Flextone III (hold buttons while powering on).
If this kind of crash happens on a gig, there is no possibility to get the Vetta back to life... without a PC or Laptop. Fast tweaking my used sounds on a resetted amp shouldn't be the problem, but the need of a computer and the duration of the full (2 step) hard reset procedure will be a problem.