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on 2012-01-23 12:58:53
I'm having problems updating the flash memory on the new pod x3 I just purchased. I keep getting the error code 80007211 and code 8000900c. I have deleted and reinstalled the driver files. I have reinstalled the firmware. I have reinstalled and made sure that I am using the latest version of monkey. In addition to this problem, whenever I have to turn off my POD and turn it back on, windows loses it's ability to communicate with it via usb. It shows that a malfunction has occured on the port that I am using and I have to restart my computer to regain communication with the X3. I have checked my usb ports and drivers; they are working fine. I'm also unable to communicate with gearbox as it will not pull up the library of sounds from the POD. I've owned two other POD's and while updating drivers and firmware has always been a MUCH involved hassle, I've never had this many problems. I've done everything I can think of besides standing on one leg and patting my head! HELP! I bought this from an individual and have a limited window before I can send it back
Re: code 80007211
on 2012-02-09 17:30:55
I would suggest that you use the Line 6 Uninstaller located at the location below to remove your currently installed Line 6 drivers:
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 bottom of the list that are related to the Line 6 drivers, and proceed to uninstall them. Once they are removed, restart the computer. Upon restart download the latest Line 6 Window Drivers from the link below:
Windows Drivers 126.96.36.199:
style="margin-bottom: 0.0001pt;">Make sure not to connect your Line 6 USB device until prompted to so at the end of the installation process. After connecting it, make sure and look towards the Windows system clock for a notification that Windows has detected your device and has successfully installed the drivers before moving forward. If you do not receive this notification message, make sure to try reconnecting the Line 6 hardware to each available USB port until you have exhausted all available USB ports.
I would then suggest that you try again with Monkey to update the Flash Memory using safe mode on the POD. To put the POD into safe mode hold down 'RIGHT' on the directional pad on the X3 as you power on the unit to put it into SAFE MODE. Launch Line 6 Monkey and try again to update the flash memory.
Re: code 80007211
on 2012-02-14 15:49:29
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