Currently Being ModeratedOct 20, 2009 2:15 PM (in response to crazycottydude)Re: POD Farm Crashes UX8 Hardware driver
A couple things:
1) have you updated the UX8 flash memory to 1.01?
2) Have you tried a different computer system? If so, are you experiencing the same error? If you are not experiencing the same error, there is a problem with your system. See the following links for possible remedies:
Computer System Audio Optimization
Currently Being ModeratedOct 21, 2009 10:23 AM (in response to Line6Andy)Re: POD Farm Crashes UX8 Hardware driver
The flash memory is installed at the updated version. I have tried re installing the memory and it solves the problem for about 15 minutes and then im back to square 1.
I have used it with another computer before and worked fine but I never ran pod farm on it so it never triggered the fault.
The link you provided showed no answers for my problem.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 21, 2009 11:56 AM (in response to crazycottydude)Re: POD Farm Crashes UX8 Hardware driver
DO you have additional USB devices connected to your computer?
Please make sure to disconnect all other USB devices from the computer (except for a mouse and keyboard) while troubleshooting this issue. Completely remove ANY USB hubs, even if not in use and test the UX8 on all of the USB ports on your computer.
You should also make sure to test it on the other computer with the POD Farm application to see if it has the same issue. This will let you know if there is an issue with the UX8 hardware/software or your computer's USB ports.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 22, 2009 12:40 PM (in response to Line6Hugo)Re: POD Farm Crashes UX8 Hardware driver
Just posted this under another thread but for what it's worth. Gearbox did the same thing but not as often as podfarm.
"I had this problem for months when I first picked up my Vista 64 rig, same thing with the lights coming on but still processing sound and seen by podfarm. My PC has an i7920 and 9GB of ram so there was plenty of power and I patiently waited for driver updates. In the end a $30 PCI-express USB addon card solved my problem. It did not matter which onboard USB port I used it always crashed as soon as I hit record if not before. Now, it tweaks once in a blue moon but is quite stable for the most part."