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using my hd-500 and Pod farm 2 on a pc with no internet connection
by savon on 2011-12-10 09:05:33

I have transferd the monkey and the driver in the pc that nave no inernet ?

so what do I do next

need help

thank you



Re: using my hd-500 and Pod farm 2 on a pc with no internet connection
by silverhead on 2011-12-10 09:14:05

Have you installed Monkey and the driver in the pc with no Internet? Does Monkey recognize the Pod HD500?

If so, the next thing to do would be to use a pc with internet connection to download the remaining HD500 software (firmware v1.40, HD500 Edit v 1.06, Pod Farm 2) to a usb flash drive and move them to the pc with no internet. Then use Monkey to install the HD500 firnware. You can install the others directly without using Monkey.



Re: using my hd-500 and Pod farm 2 on a pc with no internet connection
by Line6david on 2011-12-12 12:09:08

+1 to silverhead,

You need to download the latest drivers and flash memory for the HD500 on another computer and transfer the files to the machine without an internet connection:

http://line6.com/software/">http://line6.com/software/">http://line6.com/software/

Use the update from file option in monkey to reflash the 500.

Thanks,

David

Line 6 Customer Support



RE: using my hd-500 and Pod farm 2 on a pc with no internet connection
by Line6Don on 2011-12-15 17:22:07

Hey savon,

Silverhead's answer above is correct. I have marked the answer that is correct for your question, please help out the community by marking other suggestions that were helpful to you as "Helpful Answer".

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