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X3 Disconnecting / No Pod Farm In Reaper

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Mh... Sorry to bump this thread but I think it'll be cleaner than creating a new one ;

 

I found how to solve my problem - I just plugged the USB on a different usb port, and it works like a charm. Though, sometimes it bugs and makes my computer crash (blue screen of death ;_; ), but it happens once per hour and doesn't matter because my pod x3 eventually works.

(Also, I wrote a mail to Spain's Line 6 repair center, and I do not have any answer yet, a bit saddening.)

 

With new solutions come new problems, and I might post it on Reaper's forum but I'm not sure wether it comes from PodFarm or Reaper ;

Pod Farm.dll isn't recognized as a vst by reaper. Gearbox worked, some other works (LeCto, LeGion, and so on...) but I put Pod Farm.dll in Reaper's VST folder, but it does not work. Is there something I can do?

 

Thanks :)

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Did you have Reaper re-scan for plug-ins?

Did you run the License Manger?

 

Also, the BSOD are likely caused by the USB dropout.

 

Even when things all work fine, disconnecting the X3 while Reaper is open can cause your computer to crash.

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Yeah, that's why the computer crashes anyway. But I'm ok with it as long as the x3 continues to work properly, and can't do much since the repair center didn't answer

 

I reloaded Reaper, opened the plug-in folder, scanned for plug-in, nothing happens...

I uploaded Monkey (pod hd 500x update I think), re-installed the plug-ins for the X3 live & reinstalled the Pod Farm software.

 

I also ran the License Manager - my computer wasn't authorized, now he is, but it doesn't work yet :/

(The POD X3 Live is authorized and states Pod Farm as an authorized software within the pod, too.)

 

Also, I'm running a Windows 7 x64, I thought that may be useful to add... Maybe it isn't compatible?

 

Thanks :)

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you don't "open" the plugin folder, you add an additional folder path... typically something like c:\program files\line6\pod farm 2\vst

and then scan.

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Well, I copied the .dll from the line 6 folder to the reaper\plugins\vst one. Anyway, I tried to add the line6/pod farm  folder path, but it doesn't add anything to the plug-in menu.  :(

 

(sorry, thought it would be better to bump the old thread rather than creating a new one. :( )

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are you running pod farm 2.5+?

pod farm 1.x does not have 64 bit plugins....

(although you may be using 32bit reaper and it would be moot)

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oh yeah, I'm using a x64 reaper....

I'm not running pod farm 2.x since it does not come with the Pod X3 Live.

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Reaper 64-bit should be able to automatically bridge a 32-bit plug-in.

 

Make sure you are pointing Reaper to the correct folder.

Reaper likely installed to Programs Files and POD Farm 1.12 to Program Files(x86).

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... Well... I cleared the cache and then did scan all the vst again, now it works... Not sure why it wasn't seeing the .dll in the first place...

 

Thanks for the help and being very kind to me, guys!

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