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Setup my HD500 on a new Windows 10 PC today and all was good for about an hour, then all of a sudden the left speaker went out and a few seconds later the right went out. I thought I just moved the cables or something - had me thinking I ruined my new sound card too... absolutely all sound from my PC vanished - restarting and cycling through the different configurations and testing each jack solved nothing. Long story short I had HD 500 Edit open and connected the whole time and Windows decided to make "HD 500 Speakers" my default output device and refused to come off it, until I unplugged the USB cable from the HD500. I know this unit has a usb sound card built in, but it's never done this before. I like being able edit patches on my PC, while jamming to tracks on my PC, with the analog outputs plugged into my PC, and all audio coming from the PC speakers. thoughts?
Recently had to move to win10 and trying to get the drivers installed. Monkey will reports the drivers are not installed, tell it to run the install, it goes through, runs the driver install, when it says to plug in the device the next step where you should get a popup asking if you want it to install fails to happens and winows says the drivers are installed. but when you check device manager, it says no drivers are installed, and monkey then again says no drivers are installed. rinse repeat. the device is being detected when it gets plugged in so at the hardware level everything is good. its the actual drivers/installer that just WILL NOT install here. im at a loss as to where go to next with this one i had zero issues with this under win7
I have connected my Pod HD300 in my Windows10 PC. All the drivers/firmware/whatever in Line 6 Monkey are Green and up to date. What I want to do is that be able to monitor my guitar only from the DAW. The reason is simply because I am using effects and I need to listen the processed signal from the DAW (in my case Cubase) instead of the POD HD itself. So, I went to the Line6 Audio and Midi Devices Panel > Inputs and Recording but there's no "Hardware Montior Level" Why is that? According to the Line6 manual instructions there should be there and I should turn this off. well it says HD500, but I don't think it's different from HD300.