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  1. Got an M-Audio M-Track and have no issues...working great on WIndows 8.1. Anyone know if I can just run the output of my Pod X3 into the M-track's guitar input?
  2. Still getting audio dropouts with the new PCI-e card. Might have to get a new audio interface. Anyone ever used an M-Audio? http://www.musiciansfriend.com/pro-audio/m-audio-m-track-with-ignite
  3. I'm trying out this card now http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16815124065 I'll let you all know how it works, just got it installed and working.
  4. it came with a disc. i did check to see if there were updated drivers, the ones that came with it are current. not sure what the issue is. i'll probably return this one when i get my usb 2.0 card.
  5. Bought a USB 3.0 PCI-e card. All my other devices work, however, when I plug my Pod X3 bean into it, it doesn't work. I went to Device Manager, and it has a "!" on it. When I click on that, it says that the device has an I/O error. I'm ordering a PCI-e card with USB 2.0 from newegg. I'll try that and see what happens.
  6. Alright, I'll probably go buy a PCIe USB card and I'll let you know how it goes. Hopefully that will fix this. I'm super frustrated.
  7. Is USB 3.0 not able to support Line6 products? I see PCI express to USB 3.0 cards for $20 on newegg and amazon.
  8. Yeah I've tried my front and back USB ports. Is there something wrong with the POD X3 bean? I didn't know that there was an issue.
  9. I have the same problem on Windows 8.1 with my Pod X3. Constantly rebooting my PC because of audio dropouts. I've tried messing with the Buffer Size and the Bit Depth and Size. Nothing seems to fix it. I've contacted Line6 before and they have never given a solution for this problem.
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