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  1. Is still active? I applied to there yesterday but am still waiting on approval from the "moderator."
  2. O.k. an update on this. Just upgraded the HD500X to Flash Memory 2.62 and looks like the problem is resolved now. 2.61 was the culprit as suspected.
  3. One other note, If I connect the JTV through the VDI-USB dongle, then Workbench HD does see it as CONNECTED. It is just connecting through the HD500X that doesn't work.
  4. Thanks everyone, but this issue is only relevant to using the HD500X as the VDI connection for a JTV to be able to use WorkbenchHD. I have tried to run Monkey first, which sees the JTV as connected through the HD500x, but no matter which I launch in whatever order, the JTV is never seen by Workbench if connected through the HD500x. This worked flawlessly before the upgrade the the HD500x firmware. The HD500x seems to be working fine as a HD500x. Really looking for anyone that is specifically using the HD500x as the VDI connection for a JTV to access Workbench HD.
  5. I just upgraded my HD500X to 2.61 and purchased and installed the HD Bundle Model Pack. No issue within any of the upgrades, however, now when I have my JTV plugged into the HD500X and run Workbench HD, it says that there is no JTV connected. I upgraded everything else via line 6 monkey at the same time and have even went through and reinstalled the latest. Workbench HD - Ver. 2.12 POD HD500X Flash: 2.61, USB: 1.04 Line 6 Drivers: 7.3.7 JTV: Flash: 2.21 I was able to connect via the USB/VDI adapter, so I am thinking it is the POD HD500X upgrade that was caused the issue. Anybody else having this issue?
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