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Can I have a support ticket please?
by pudding123 on 2011-09-02 08:47:12

Hello.

Humming, buzzing, popping etc. coming from my laptop when using my new UX1 - computer spec listed in profile.

Followed both tutorials to configure PC - no luck.

Tried installing on another laptop using all the same equipment in the same spot of the room, no problems - must be coming from laptop. No USB hubs, just straight in.

All firewalls, internet, screensavers, power savers, system sounds, etc. turned off.

Guitar sound plays fine through Podfarm 2.5 but constant interference is destroying the experience.

Please help. Spent 15 hours trying to fix it already. I could've been in the pub.

Pedro.



RE: Can I have a support ticket please?
by Line6Hugo on 2011-09-02 10:50:07

Have you made sure to disable to wireless adapter on your laptop computer? IF not please do so, as it is called out in the following document:

http://line6.com/support/docs/DOC-4201

Regards,

Line6Hugo



Re: RE: Can I have a support ticket please?
by pudding123 on 2011-09-05 04:31:52

Hi Hugo. Thanks for replying.

Yes, unfortunately the interference is still present with wireless adapter disabled. I've followed every step on the document attached and turned off everything except the 'disc compression' and 'indexing service' parts because I coudn't find them on my system - can you help here?

Also, I'm thinking more and more of formatting the hard drive reinstalling my Line 6 software and then reinstalling all my other programmes one by one to see if it's a conflict with something else I have installed. This would take a long time - do you think it's worth the effort?

Here's a video of the noise.

Thanks again.



RE: Can I have a support ticket please?
by Line6Don on 2011-09-07 08:55:51

Hey pudding123,

If you have tried this using a different laptop in the same room with the same gear and the problem was not there, then it is most likely related to the original laptop.

After doing some research on this type of problem, it can possibly be related to the power supply for your laptop.

I found a case of someone reporting something very similar to you, and there are some great suggestions for dealing with this type of scenario at the link below:

http://www.pcuser.com.au/pcuser/hs2.nsf/lookup+1/931993547A4099C6CA256E5E008307B5




The information above may not be current, and you should direct questions to the current forum or review the manual.