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  1. Hello people! I'm brand new to the Line 6 forums. I'm having a few issues updating the Firmware on my LINE 6 M13. The pedal is awesome (when it works). So everything stopped working and i stopped getting sound out of it. When I hook up my cables, you can hear this buzzing when you turn the overdrive effects on, so there definately is a connection there, but when you plug the guitar in nothing comes through. I have of course tested out all cables and everything. So I did some digging and I am on something like 1.07 firmware, and I need to upgrade to the newest one. I've been following the instructions that I found here (http://line6.com/support/page/kb/_/effects-controllers/m5-m9-m13/m13-firmware-update-instructions-r364) They are easy to follow but still nothing. I've tried it using MIDI-OX utility. I download the Sysex file, and follow it step by step. When I'm in MIDI OX and I send the file through to the unit, my little USB Midi device lights up (it has LEDS for Midi in and Midi out, and the Midi Out is flashing indicating that it's sending midi data through the out cable). My poor old M13 just sits there, on the display it says 'Waiting command' I get all the way to the end sending the Sysex data over, but it looks like the M13 is not recieving it. Just wondering if anyone has had any experience with this and if anyone has successfully done it!
  2. After update many presets (not all) had no output. Seems that any preset that reroutes to path 2A or 2B is muted BECAUSE the input to 2A/B defaults to none and there is no option to select 2A/B. Rerouting the output from 2A to XLR,1/4 inch outputs reestablish's output but the 2A path seems unavailable. Updated the firmware on my Helix floor unit to 2.8. All went smooth and backed up before update. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanx
  3. Hi, I tried to update the firmware of FBV3 from 1.00.00 to 1.01.00 using Line 6 Updater. However, Line 6 Updater crashed after around 15 minutes and now FBV does not work anymore. It does not power up at all, neither when connected to Firehawk 1500, nor when connected to my notebook via USB. Has anyone else witnessed a similar situation? Any advice? Should I return it for servicing? I have raised a support ticket with Line 6 and am waiting for their response. Best regards. Paweł Szewczyk
  4. Good afternoon, I'm a proud owner of a PODxt Live for many years; It worked like a charm until a few weeks ago. Starting from the beginning, a year ago I broke the USB connector; Almost a month ago I decided to finally fix the USB port, so I changed the connector to a new one (I'm experienced with electronics), when I turned on the POD to try out the new USB connector, the POD simply wouldn't start; It flashed all the LED's and maintained them on, a brick with lights basically. The USB works just fine, I can access to the POD via PC but the Flash Memory is just not accessible; I checked every internal part on the POD, all the values are normal and nothing seems to be "broken". Is it possible that anyone can get me the Flash Memory full dump file of a PODxt Live so I can reprogram mine? Sorry for my bad English, Best Regards.
  5. Hi DT User, I'm using DT25 HD with the Line 6 1*12 cabinet. Firmware update 2.0 installed and changed some pre amp models. Position IV set to "none". On Ch A to Class A/B and Pentode and on the Lead Channel B to tube Boost, Class A and Pentode. Nice dynamic tube tones are the result. unfortunetly als knobs execpt Presence and Reverb are out of function. Only the Master allows Volumecontrol. To solve this problem I put a tube mic preamp with gain and output knobs in front of the amp. In this combination I get a wide range of tones from clean to overdriven. So my suggestion and question: Why Line 6 don't offers a simple pre amp model with full knob control and tube boost without any modelling? Only the tube and some controls. Is a firmware update planned? Please include a simple pre amp! best regards big34
  6. Yesterday i tried to update firmware on my DT25 but without success. First I tried with cheap ebay midi coverter but with no succes. Today I bought M-Audio Uno but again with no succes :( I just followed steps from user manual. I even tried powering in safe mode but again same problem. Every time I get this message Code 8000000A error. My operating system is Windows 7 64-bit. I tried same thing on different notebook with Windows XP but again I get same error message. Anybody knows what is going on?
  7. This post is for those who use a PC to trigger MIDI events in Helix. Since I updated to the 2.8 firmware, my USB connectivity for MIDI is not working. I’ve checked all of my settings, reinstalled the ASIO audio driver and validated my USB connection to the PC as I’m able to control Helix perfectly through HX Edit app. I also validated the issue by reverting back to 2.71 and testing and everything worked fine. I also copied all of the global settings so I could reset them all in 2.8. Well, the issue is back and I don’t know what to try next. Any known issues or ideas you can share with us? I really need to resolve this before my upcoming live performances, thanks!
  8. Marianobunge

    cant update

    hello everyone. Tried to instal the firmware 2.81 as always did. It said suddenly, an error occur shot down and try again. Is not working and wont instal 2.71 wich i had, niether. The helix is useless now, any suggestion?=
  9. hello there. ive been trying updating the firm of my helix as usual, said an error ocur and now its useless, it wont come back to the 2.71 wich i had. Pleas any suggestion? what shoud i do!
  10. While updating my Helix floor, it gave me "Boot Failure. Entered Update Mode" message on the pedal. After waiting half an hour it was still the same, so I canceled the process. Upon Rebooting the HELIX same message showed up again and again. I tried changing usb cables and usb ports on my pc and it still did not work. WHAT IS HAPPENING? I need my pedal back :( Help!
  11. Has anyone had success with their Helix communicating with their mac (for anything)? I am using 10.9.5. I have tried both Helix app 1.0.3 and the new line 6 updater and neither are showing a unit connected (via USB). I think this is a line 6 issue because under 'about this mac/more info/system report/USB/' it clearly shows a Helix unit connected to the 'USB hi-speed bus'---so it's not a bad cord or an Apple issue. Consequently I haven't upgraded to the newest firmware (still on 1.0.4) or checked out you alls tones.
  12. Hi, all, I heard buzz about the new Mk II firmware update for older Spider V models and thought I'd give it a chance with my Spider V 20. I couldn't find any downloads for this firmware update under the Spider V 20 category, which should have discouraged me from proceeding. However, a different thread showed the firmware update listed under the Spider V 240HC. Assuming the download listings were just quirky, I decided to download that update and install it via the Line 6 Updater. I had to manually select the file for the updater to install it. The updater didn't complain, just installed the firmware and restarted my amp. However, the update seems to have broken my amp--when I turn it on, it crackles a few times, and all three FX buttons are orange. Neither my Spider V Remote nor my Line 6 Updater software will recognize that the amp is plugged into my machine. I have tried two methods of factory resetting that I could find online: 1. Hold down all three FX button and press Save. 2. Hold down FX2 and FX3 and press Save. Neither method worked. Have I bricked my amp? If not, is there some info about resetting it that I'm missing?
  13. Maybe I missed something, but being super nervous about losing all my presets, I did multiple backups in multiple different ways, just to be sure I didn't lose any of my custom presets. Did the update as per the very detailed instructions and ya after about 25-30mins I was up and playing again and low and behold.... all my presets were still there. So my question to you guys..... I thought we were suppose to lose the presets and would require an import from the backup, did I just get lucky? Or did everyone else have the same experience. Just want to make sure I actually updated properly, I'm guessing it did as it shows 2.81 on boot-up. I have 2 user folders in use - user3 and user4 and all my presets and IRs remained without requiring an import. Cheers! R.
  14. I have a Helix bought a couple of years ago and I want to update it. Is there anyone who can cut through the pages of info and tell me how to, back up my old patches (I can't see how to install an old version of HX edit to do this) then down load the new firmware and software to get the Helix up to date. Many thanks in advance.
  15. In rare cases, the Dynamics > LA Studio Comp model can sometimes cause a drop in preset volume. Some tempo synced effects can act authentic with the global setting set to transparent if tempo changes are controlled via snapshots. In rare cases, Helix/HX devices can become disconnected from HX Edit. If possible, always connect your Helix/HX device directly to the USB port closest to your computer’s power connector. Never use any sort of USB hub, which may include the front USB ports on the front of towers. On Helix Rack/Control, connecting an expression pedal to Helix Control could sometimes cause the pedal position display to behave erratically. Pitch/Synth > 3 OSC Synth, 3 Note Generator, and 4 OSC Generator are louder than in 2.71.
  16. I successfully installed and ran the Line 6 updater but it could not find a more updated firmware version form my Relay G10 than version 1.00 though I know new versions exist from reading the forums. I noticed that the updater will allow me to specify a file location. Where can I download version 1.04 (or later) for installation?
  17. This is what the looper upgrade should have delivered - something to shout about aka the Headstrong patch update.
  18. Hey all, I don't know about you guys, but I'm so tired of checking for the 2.8 upgrade, and seeing it's not there yet. Ever since I got the HX Stomp to compliment my Helix, I've been changing all my presets to work with both units. I use them both, sometimes when I want to use my Variax I bring the big one with me, if not, I bring the small, they are both great. I can't wait for sharing patches to be easy. I want to be able to tweak my presets on either device, and easily upload those changes to the other. I don't get why Line 6 announced this upgrade so many months ago - it's unnerving...
  19. Hey y'all, I had some troubles updating me Helix's firmware and by now there 5 firmware updates that I missed. Should I download them all or download the recent one 2.71? Thank you.
  20. Update Instructions Available HERE POD X3 Live Flash Memory v2.0 RELEASE NOTES: If you are a POD X3 Live owner, please download and install the latest version of Line 6 Monkey software and use it to update your POD X3 Live to this latest version of Flash Memory. For best results, calibrate pedal after update] POD X3 Live v2.0 is a FREE update to all POD X3 Live customers. It includes 12 additional FX inspired by the sounds of sought-after stompboxes and rack gear! What does it include? Vocoder: Our 14 band Vocoder is based on the classic rack units employed by recording studios and modular synths since the early '70s. Use the decay knob to slow down the Vocoder's responsiveness to create some haunting drones. Dynamic Delay: Made popular by the T.C. Electronic® 2290 Dynamic Digital Delay. While you play, the Dynamic Delay keeps the volume of the echoes turned down, so that the echoes don't overwhelm what you're doing. Dimension: Based on* the Roland® Dimension D. One of the first true stereo chorus units. Relatively subtle in its nature, it became an industry standard for double-track effects. Pitch Vibrato: Based on* the Boss® VB-2. It contained a circuit that produced bubbly vibrato, but was popular for its 'rise time' control that when engaged, sped up to where you last set it. Voice Box: Inspired by Vocoders, Vocal Tracts & Surgical Tubing. This model gives your guitar a sound that's typical of a classic talk box. V-Tron: Voice Box meets Mu-Tron® III. In this model your guitar again 'speaks' with an almost human voice, but now it does so in response to your playing. Octisynth: Inspired by eight armed denizens of the deep. Everyone knows that all you need is a bottleneck and a reverb tank to get whale sounds, but how about our friend the Octopus? Q Filter: Your very own parked wah! You've heard it before from Mark Knopfler and from Brian May of Queen's a wah 'parked' in one position. Pattern Tremolo: Inspired by* Lightfoot Labs Goatkeeper. This effect is what you'd get if you could hook up a vintage keyboard sequencer to a tremolo. Frequency Shifter: A ring modulator gives you both up and down shifted frequencies. Here you can select just the up or down shifted frequencies. Barberpole Phaser: A classic effect from the world of modular synths. This phaser either sounds like it's always going up or always down depending on how you set it. Set to stereo you get both! Script Phaser: Based on* MXR® Phase 90. Just like the original our model only features a Speed control * All product names used in this webpage are trademarks of their respective owners, which are in no way associated or affiliated with Line 6. These trademarks of other manufacturers are used solely to identify the products of those manufacturers whose tones and sounds were studied during Line 6's sound model development. MXR is a registered trademark of Dunlop Manufacturing, Inc. Mu-Tron® is a registered trademark of Mark Simonsen. Boss is a registered trademark of Roland Corp. Roland® is a registered trademark of Roland Corp. T.C. Electronic® is a registered trademark of T.C. Electronic A/S Corp.
  21. This update can be performed with either a PC (on Windows 7 or Windows 8) or with a Mac (on OS X Mountain Lion, Mavericks, or Yosemite). A micro-USB cable (included with G70) is necessary to connect the device to be updated to the computer. Please note that a Line 6 account and password will also be required, in order to download the Updater app and to sign into the Updater app when launched. If you do not already have an account, you can create one at https://line6.com/login.html. Part 1: Installing the Line 6 Updater app: Visit line6.com and sign in using the appropriate account. Go to the downloads page at www.line6.com/software and download the Line 6 Updater app for Mac or Windows. Once the Line 6 Updater app is downloaded, double-click the file to install the app on the computer. You will be guided through the installation process. Once the app is successfully installed, proceed to Part 2 “ Updating a Relay TB516 G Transmitter. Part 2: Updating a Relay TB516 G Transmitter: 1. Launch the Line 6 Updater app. 2. Once the app is launched, enter your appropriate Line 6 username and password, and then click the Sign In button. 3. Connect the micro-USB cable to the computer, and connect the other end to the TB516 G transmitter that is to be updated. It is recommended that there are no batteries in the transmitter for the update process. The first time this step is performed may take up to two minutes, depending on the speed of a user's internet connection, as the machine will attempt to install a driver. Subsequent attempts of this step should occur instantaneously if the same USB port is used on the machine. The Relay TB516 G transmitter should now appear, as below: 4. Click on the Relay TB516 G Transmitter to select it 5. Click on the 'Update' button towards the right, at the very top of the list. 6. Click the 'Continue' button at the upper right 7. Click the 'Accept' button at the upper right. 8. Click the 'Next' button at the lower right of the above screen 9. Please confirm that 'Firmware Version 1.xx' is now displayed in this window. You may now disconnect the Relay TB516 G Transmitter. Click the 'Continue' button and you will be able to connect another device to update, as necessary. * Note: if the update process should fail for any reason during step 8, please try the following: Disconnect the Relay TB516 G from the micro-USB cable. Insert a pair of AA batteries. Power on the transmitter. After 5 seconds, power off the transmitter. Remove the batteries and connect the transmitter to the micro-USB cable as in Step 3 of the update instructions, and continue with the update procedure. Part 3: Updating a Relay G70 Receiver: 1. Launch the Line 6 Updater app (if the app is already open, proceed to the next step). 2. Once the app is launched, enter the appropriate Line 6 username and password, click the 'Sign In' button. You will be brought to the following screen: 3. Connect one end of the micro-USB cable to a USB 2.0 port on the computer (hubs are not supported). 4. With the power switch of the G70 receiver in the '0' (off) position, connect the unit to the other end of the micro-USB cable. 5. Put the power switch of the G70 receiver in the '1' (on) position. The receiver's audio LED should appear solid red and the 'LINE 6' splash screen should appear on the unit's display: * on some USB ports with some computers, it has been observed that the receiver may not remain on the 'LINE 6' screen. Should this happen, please put the power switch back to '0' and then back to 'I' again and repeat this if necessary until the device remains on the 'LINE 6' screen, as above. 6. The Relay G70 Receiver icon should now appear within the app 7. Click on the Relay G70 Receiver to select it 8. Click on the 'Update' button towards the right, at the very top of the list. 9. Click the 'Continue' button at the upper right 10. Click the 'Accept' button at the upper right. 11. Click the 'Next' button at the lower right 12. Please confirm that 'Firmware Version 1.xx' is now displayed in this window. You may now disconnect the receiver. Click the 'Continue' button and you will be able to connect another device to update, as necessary. * Note: if the update process should fail for any reason during step 12, please try the following: Put the Relay G70 Receiver's power switch into the '0' (off) position. Return to Step 5 and continue with the update procedure. If the updating process should fail for any reason, please follow these instructions: For the Relay TB516 G Transmitter: Please disconnect the transmitter from your computer's USB and close the Line 6 Updater app. Insert a pair of batteries into the transmitter. Power the transmitter on and leave it on for at least 5 seconds. Power the transmitter off. Remove the batteries from the transmitter. Reconnect the transmitter to your computer's USB. Launch the Line 6 Updater app again, sign in with your Line 6 username and password, and follow the instructions that appear to update your Relay TB516 G Transmitter. For the Relay G70 Receiver: Please disconnect the G70 receiver from your computer's USB and close the Line 6 Updater app. Reconnect the receiver to your computer's USB and make sure its power switch is in the 'I' (on) position. The receiver should display 'LINE 6' and this should remain on the display. If it does not, please disconnect the G70 receiver and then reconnect it to your computer's USB, so that you see it continues to display 'LINE 6'. In some cases, it is possible that this may take more than one attempt. Once the LINE 6 screen remains displayed on your G70, please launch the Line 6 Updater app again, sign in with your Line 6 username and password, and follow the instructions that appear to update your Relay G70 Receiver.
  22. All 4 tone lights (or ABCD lights on the FX100) flashing is 'recovery mode'. It is the intended behavior after a failed update. If you come across this mode, you must attempt to update the AMPLIFi again. Power down your AMPLIFi. When updating via PC, please connect the USB cable and make sure to boot the unit while holding Tone+Tap (amp, TT) or A+C (FX100) to put your AMPLIFi into Update Mode. Run the Line 6 Updater program found at www.Line6.com/software. For a guide, please refer to http://line6.com/support/page/kb/_/amplifi-products/ampl/how-to-update-amplifi-with-a-pc-r701. If you still get failed updates from the Line 6 Updater, try another USB cable and port as well as another computer When updating via an iOS device, Bluetooth works in recovery mode, but the pairing from before the failed update is not maintained. You must press the Bluetooth button and pair again from the smart device's Bluetooth menu. You can then proceed with the update.
  23. M13 FIRMWARE UPDATE INSTRUCTIONS NEEDED: A MIDI interface that connects to your computer via USB (download the current Driver for it if you don't have it installed) 2 MIDI cables (or a MIDI interface such as the M-Audio Uno that comes with attached MIDI cables Note: Line 6 recommends a name brand USB to MIDI interface produced by an audio company that supports/updates their drivers. Good choices include: M-Audio, Edirol, E-Mu and MOTU. These interfaces have proven to be more robust and reliable when it comes to large MIDI transfers such as the M9 and M13 update.. For further information on MIDI connectivity and interfaces, please go over the following MIDI Document. A MIDI sequencer app such as Cubase or a sysex app -- if you don't have a sysex app installed, do a Google search for MIDI Ox (Windows) or Sysex Librarian (Mac) then download one or the other and install it. When your MIDI interface, Driver and sysex app are ready to go, follow PROCEDURE instructions below. If you experience trouble with this update, please make sure your cable connections are correct and to try un-installing the drivers for the MIDI interface, then, downloading and re-installing the drivers from the manufacturer's website. Then, try updating once again. Additional Instructions for MAC Users Using Sysex Librarian: Some users found that changing the "Pause Between Played Messages" in the 'General' tab of Preferences from the default 60ms to 100ms allowed them to update. Additional Instructions for WINDOWS Users Using MIDI Ox: 1. Make sure the Driver is installed and working. 2. Run the MIDI Ox application. 3. Go to Option, then MIDI Devices; select USB Audio Device for both MIDI Inputs and MIDI Outputs; un-check Automatically Attach Inputs To Outputs During Selection; click OK to accept it. 4. Go to View, then Port Routing; delete the connection between Input Ports and Output ports if they are connected; make sure only MIDI Ox Event Port connects to Output Ports. 5. Go to View, then Sysex; in Sysex View and Scratchpad, go to Sysex, then Configure, make sure to check Delay After F7 and set the Delay (Milliseconds Between Buffers) to 60ms; click OK to accept. Now you're ready to go. One more thing: If the update fails when using a USB hub, please try it without the hub. PROCEDURE: ***WARNING: Updating your firmware will erase user created scenes. Please back up your scenes as described in the M13 Scene Backup document and the M13 Advanced User's Guide.*** 1. Connect your MIDI interface to your computer via USB cable. 2. Connect the M13 MIDI Out to your MIDI interface In, and connect the M13 MIDI In to your MIDI interface Out. 3. Power on the M13 while pressing and holding down the 'Model Select' knob in FX UNIT 1 to put the M13 into FLASH UPDATE MODE. 4. Make sure your computer is set up to 'see' the MIDI interface (on Mac, you must configure Audio MIDI Setup -- on Win, see ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS For Windows Users above). 5. Download the latest M13 Firmware from the Line 6 website (log in with your Line 6 User Name). 6. Launch your sysex app and select your MIDI interface Out port (for Sysex Librarian, use the top dropdown menu -- for MIDI Ox, select Options/MIDI Devices). 7. Load the M13 sysex file (in Sysex Librarian, select 'Add to Library' from the File menu; In MIDI Ox, select Actions/Send>'SysEx File...' and the 'Sysex View and Scratchpad will pop up. 8. Press Play (in Sysex Librarian). If using MIDI-OX, select 'Send Sysex File' from the 'File' menu of the 'Sysex View and Scratchpad Window'. A file browser will open for you to navigate to the M13 sysex file you downloaded from the Line 6 website. Select the M13 sysex file and click 'Open.' 9. The M13 will receive the sysex data and the unit will be updated to the latest Firmware. It sometimes takes 30 seconds to 1 minute to appear like the unit is receiving the update and takes about 8-10 minutes to complete. The M13 will re-initialize when the update is complete and the screens will light up with the new factory presets.
  24. Deutsch Français Important Note: It is highly recommended that these updates are installed in a specific sequence. Please see the installation notes* below. Bug Fixes These updates address a bug which allows invalid data to be introduced to presets. The invalid data is caused by asynchronous communication between the POD HD/HD500/HD Pro hardware device and the POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit software application. In rare instances, recalling presets containing invalid data may cause intermittent high volume events. Installing POD HD/HD500/HD Pro firmware v2.62 and POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit v2.26 prevents invalid data from being introduced into presets. During synchronization between POD HD/HD500/HD Pro and POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit, the hardware displays a ‘Sync In Progress’ message and does not respond to any buttons or knobs until synchronization is complete. Additionally, any presets which contain invalid data are reset to an initialized state. These presets are easily identified as ‘New Tone (Reset)’. *Installation Notes Please follow these steps sequentially: Disconnect any audio connections to the POD HD/HD500/HD Pro, connect to the computer via USB and save a preset Bundle, Set Lists, or individual presets from POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit v1.06 (if you do not wish to save any existing presets you may skip this step) Quit the POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit app and launch Line 6 Monkey to install POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit v2.26 Complete the POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit installation and launch Monkey once again to install POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Flash Memory v2.62 During the installation, Monkey will ask if you want to keep your presets, click ‘No’, and complete the installation following the on-screen instructions. On the POD HD500, you *must* reset the global setup options which includes resetting the Setlist names and pedal calibration by: Disconnect the USB cable connection between HD500 and host computer. Power off the POD HD500. Power on the POD HD500 while holding the LEFT ARROW [*] If you do not do this, one of the tell-tale symptoms that may surface after a Monkey Flash Memory update is that the HD500 will be stuck in a continuous re-boot/power cycling state (you'll keep seeing the Logo and the unit keeps re-starting itself). Sometimes this may not occur, but a secondary telltale sign that a user has not performed a Global Settings reset is the USB communication between the HD500 and HD500 Edit software will be extremely slow/sluggish. ***NOTE: Please also make sure to re-calibrate the onboard expression pedal of the HD500 after performing the Global Settings reset. Instructions: How to calibrate the POD HD500X\HD500 Expression Pedal. [*]Launch POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit to restore any saved presets. **Please note that any previously saved presets that were corrupted in any way will be discarded and set to New Tone (Reset) once imported into POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit 2.00. For more information about POD HD/HD500/HD Pro, visit our POD HD500X\HD500\POD HD\POD HD Pro FAQ. Advanced User's Guide The latest version of the Advanced User's Guide for the POD HD500 can be found here. Instructions de la mise à jour version 2.02 de la firmware POD HD500X/HD500/HD/HD Pro et version 2.00 du logiciel POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit Note importante: Nous recommandons d'installer ces mises à jour dans une séquence spécifique. Veuillez visiter les notes d'installation* au-dessous svp. Corrections d'erreurs: Ces mises à jour corrigent des erreurs qui permettent des données non valides d'être introduits dans les presets. Les données non valides sont causées à cause d'une communication asynchrone entre le POD HD/HD500/HD Pro et le logiciel Edit. Dans cas très rares, l'utilisation des presets qui ont des données non valides dedans, cause des événements intermittents à volume élevé. En installant la version 2.02 de la firmware POD HD/HD500/HD Pro et la version 2.00 de l'Edit de POD HD/HD500/HD Pro, vous bloquez les données non valides d'entrer les presets. Pendant la synchronisation entre POD HD/HD500/HD Pro et le logiciel Edit du POD HD/HD500/HD Pro, l'appareil vous montre le message "Sync In Progress" et ne répond pas aux boutons jusqu'à ce que la synchronisation ait terminée. Les presets avec des données non valides dedans seront réinitialisés. Ces presets ressemblent à ceci: "New Tone (Reset)". *Notes d'installation: Suivez ces étapes une par une: Déconnectez tous les connexions audio du POD HD/HD500/HD Pro. Connectez à l'ordinateur via USB et enregistrez des presets Bundle, Set Lists ou les presets individuels du POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit de la version 1.06. (Si vous ne voulez pas enregistrer des presets, passez cette étape. Fermez le programme POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit et lancez Line 6 Monkey pour installer la version 2.00 du logiciel POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit. Complétez l'installation du logiciel POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit et lancez Line 6 Monkey encore une fois pour installer la version 2.02 de POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Flash Memory. Pendant l'installation, Monkey vous demandera si vous voulez garder vos presets, cliquez "No" et complétez l'installation en suivant les instructions sur l'écran. Pour le POD HD500, vous devez réinitialiser les options "Global Setup". Déconnectez le câble USB entre HD500 et ordinateur. Éteignez le HD500. Allumez le HD500 en maintenant la flèche gauche ( [*]Si vous ne réinitialisez pas le HD500, mais mettez à jour le firmware, le HD500 s'éteint et redémarre infiniment. Si cette erreur ne se produit pas, une erreur sera que la communication USB entre HD500 et HD500 Edit est extrêmement lente. Attention, après vous avez réinitialisé les Global Settings, vous devez recalibrer le pédale. Vous pouvez trouver les instructions ici. [*]Démarrez POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit pour restaurer les presets enregistrés. **Attention, les presets enregistrés qui étaient corrompus sont renommé New Tone (Reset) si vous l'importez dans POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit de la version 2.00. Pour plus d'informations sur POD HD/HD500/HD Pro, visitez POD HD500X\HD500\POD HD\POD HD Pro FAQ. Guide de l'utilisateur avancé: Vous pouvez trouver la version plus récente du guide pour les utilisateurs expert pour les appareils Line 6 ici. Aktualisierungsanweisungen zur POD HD500X/HD500/HD/HD Pro Firmware Version 2.02 und POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit Version 2.00 Achtung: Wir empfehlen, dass Sie diese Aktualisierungen in einer spezifischen Sequenz durchführen. Bitte schauen Sie sich dazu die Installationshinweise* unten an. Fehlerbehebungen: Diese Aktualisierungen beheben einen Fehler, der es fehlerhaften Daten erlaubt in Presets abgespeichert zu werden. Die fehlerhaften Daten entstehen aufgrund einer asynchronen Kommunikation zwischen dem POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Gerät und der POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit Software. In seltenen Fällen verursachte der Abruf der fehlerhaften Presets zeitweise Ereignisse sehr hoher Lautstärke. Die Installation der POD HD500X/HD500/HD/HD Pro Firmware Version 2.02 und POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit Version 2.00 hält diese fehlerhaften Daten davon ab, in das Preset zu gelangen. Während der Synchronisierung zwischen HD500X/HD500/HD/HD Pro und POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit zeigt Ihnen das Gerät "Sync In Progress" an und reagiert nicht auf Knopfdrücke bis die Synchronisation vollendet ist. Zusätzlich werden alle Presets, die fehlerhafte Daten bereits enthalten, zurückgesetzt. Diese Presets sehen dann so aus: "New Tone (Reset)". *Installationshinweise: Bitte folgen Sie diesen Etapen der Reihe nach: Trennen Sie alle Audioverbindungen von Ihrem POD HD/HD500/HD Pro, stecken Sie es nun an den Computer via USB und speichern Sie ein Preset für Bundle, Set Lists oder individuelle Presets Ihrer POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit Software V1.06 ab. (Wenn Sie keine Presets abspeichern wollen, dann können Sie diesen Schritt überpsringen.) Schließen Sie die POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit Software und starten Sie Line 6 Monkey um POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit 2.00 zu installieren. Beenden Sie die installation von POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit 2.00 und starten Sie Line 6 Monkey nocheinmal um diesmal POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Flash Memory 2.02 zu installieren. Währender dieser Installation wird Monkey Sie fragen, ob Sie Ihre Prsets behalten wollen. Klicken Sie "No" und schließen Sie die Installation ab indem Sie den Anweisungen auf dem Bildschirm folgen. Auf dem POD HD500 müssen Sie die Global Settings zurücksetzen. Indem Sie: Die USB Kabel entfernen zwischen HD500 und Computer. Das HD500 abschalten. Das HD500 wieder starten während Sie die linke Pfeiltaste ( [*]Wenn Sie dies nicht tun, eines der Symptome nach dem Update könnte sein, dass das HD500 sich unendlich oft neustartet/abschaltet. Manchmal passiert das nicht, aber ein zweites Symptom ist eine extrem langsame USB-Kommunikation zwischen HD500 und HD500 Edit. Achtung, Sie müssen nach dem Reset auch das Pedal des HD500 neu kalibrieren. Anweisungen dazu können Sie hier finden. [*]Starten Sie nun POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit um abgespeicherte Presets wiederherzustellen. Achtung, vorher abgespeicherte Presets, die korrupt waren, werden umbennant in New Tone (Reset) sobald diese in POD HD/HD500/HD Pro Edit 2.00 importiert werden. Für weitere Informationen über POD HD/HD500/HD Pro, besuchen sie bitte unser POD HD500X\HD500\POD HD\POD HD Pro FAQ. Handbuch für Fortgeschrittene: Die neuste Version der Handbuchs für Line 6 Produkte können Sie hier finden.
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