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  1. I'm running both programs just fine on my Win11 Desktop. However driver version 4.2.7.7 has issues with Windows11. Support states in another post to use 4.2.7.6. which is working fine for me.
  2. Hello, I just put my HD500 back into service on my new Win11 PC. I downloaded Monkey and HD Edit and saw the same update notice. Upon reading more posts, I found one from Support stating this version 4.2.7.7 causes issues in Win11. They state to use the prior version 4.2.7.6 which I am... with no issues - everything works as expected.
  3. Hi, I've just resurrected my HD 500 for church worship. After downloading from the Line 6 website, I'm currently running "Line 6 Monkey", version 1.77 and "POD HD500 Edit" version 2.27 on Windows 11. I also have a POD XT Live for which I've downloaded and will use "Gearbox" to edit patches on my PC. My desktop PC is a new MSI and came with Windows 11 installed on it. I've not seen any pop up complaining about "Memory Integrity". However when running Monkey it states I need new drivers (from version 4.2.7.6 to version 4.2.7.7). But in another topic, Support has stated that driver version 4.2.7.7 is causing an issue and that we should install and use version 4.2.7.6... which I am, with no issues. Hope this helps.
  4. OMG, all this about the Kemper sounds wonderfully complicated. :rolleyes: After 3 years, I only like my HD500 for "Live Play"... not for "Recording"... I've never really been happy with it. And to balance 4 patches in it for live use... what a pita! :wacko: And don't get me started on the stupid lollipop EQ's and their use of percentages. :angry: I just bought a new Scuffham Amp Sim for recording and it's the cat's meow for me now. The Kemper sounds interesting but also complicated... all those amp choices and effects settings, patches, etc. take a long time to scroll through and try out and I've grown tired of wasting/taking time to do that with new gear. I want to spend my time writing and recording my music and would like something easier and simpler... much like just an amp with 6 or 7 knobs* on it to minimize my time screwing around to find "the tone". *I'm devolving. ;)
  5. Is this a quiz? Where's Regis Pfilbin? My final answer is a "Diezel".
  6. Rather than a 1000 word procedure, it'll be much quicker if you watch these in YouTube... here and here.
  7. Well with noise created from hum, ground loop, etc., there's no "silver bullet". My older Acer laptop had a 3 prong plug for the power supply and using a ground lift plug eliminated my noise (maybe that's where my loop was broken?). A ground lift plug can be bought for 1-3 dollars at a hardware store (Lowes, Fred Meyer, etc.) What they look like is on one side you can plug in the "3-prong" plug and on the side that goes into the wall there is only 2 prongs... the 2 blades. With my new laptop PC I have no noise issue. :D The only trouble I have is if I stand with my guitar pickups right in front of my monitors. :( Don't do that and I'm golden.
  8. I had hum issues which was solved by plugging my (laptop) PC into a ground lift plug... best find ever. ;) With the PC essentially the heart of all the processing when running an Audio Interface and a DAW this is an easy fix.
  9. Installing the gamut of HD500 software puts a driver on your PC to use. In my DAW (Studio One) I can select it, ASIO, Windows Audio or my FP10 A/I. I've never done it... cuz I always use the FP10 to plug my guitar into to record and monitor with my ref's.
  10. Thanks for posting back and letting us know. Good Info. ;)
  11. Have you followed the process per the manual? ;) You have to do certain steps with the USB cable unplugged and other steps with it plugged in. Reboot your Mac and ensure other programs drivers aren't banging heads with it. See these links for some sanity. http://line6.com/support/topic/9493-macbook-air-not-seeing-hd500-as-a-midi-device-using-usb/?hl=mac http://line6.com/support/topic/8487-pod-hd-compatibility-issues-with-macos/?hl=mac
  12. Sounds like it's bound for a repair center. :( or... try searching the forum and internet if there's another instance of this occurring.
  13. Hmm, I've had my 500 for nearly 3 years and my Looper has always worked. You do have to be right on with your timing when hitting the switches to start, end or over-dub. But I admit I can't understand ric1 comments. Have you read the manual, it's helpful to do so. ;)
  14. Hmm, I found two pages of "Malmsteen" presets in Customtone. You do have to be logged in to download them but you can 'view' them either way.
  15. :( Them thar some broken links my friend.
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