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Authorization. It is legal? Sure...?
on 2013-02-06 01:56:51
I got my TOnePort UX2.
When i bought it no one tells me that it had a life like replicants in Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner".
By now most of my computers was selled or broken and i need to use Toneport with new hardware.
I feel like..I feel cheated, as if a sinth had a limit of use for midi ports.
It Is no correct and i think not legal.
If I de-authorize a PC, i must legally have a chance to other hardware to work with the Line6. Without any other limit.
I payed for the hardware not for a limited time work.
I bought an instrument, I have not rented it.
Waiting for an answer. Not. I wait for a real and legal solution.
Re: Authorization. It is legal? Sure...?
on 2013-02-06 05:21:21
obviously english is not your primary language...
but in any case, if you've exceeded your authorizations all you need to do is call or open a support ticket and line6 will help you out.