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POD GX + BIAS "ASIO Driver Open Failure"

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Hi everyone,

At first I don't know it's a right place for this topic, but I didn't found topics connected with GX so I will write there..

A week ago I downloaded BIAS FX demo on my laptop worked in Windows 7 and everything was ok, but yesterday I updated Win 7 to Win 10 (you know, freeeee windows) and started BIAS FX. At first start BIAS threw an error "BIAS FX will be closed", but currently it is working.
The problem is the audio settings, I set up DEVICE as ASIO and trying to set OUTPUT to ASIO GX and it throws me "ASIO Driver Open Failure!", the other settings giving me a cancer because the delays are soo huge and I cannot play like that.



POD GX is working good with POD Farm, but BIAS FX offers a better sound for me so it's very important to me to play on BIAS,

 

HALP!!!   :o
 

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Just for clarification, the same workflow was working fine before updating Windows?
If so, check for any BIAS updates and run Monkey to make sure your GX has the latest drivers.

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Just for clarification, the same workflow was working fine before updating Windows?

Yep it was working fine on Windows 7,  currently I updated drivers by Line6 Monkey for Windows 10 and the error still occurs. I will ask BIAS support what they think about it ..

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I have the exact same problem (have updated drivers via Line 6 Monkey, doesn't work if I use ASIO4All as well). Someone on another forum told me they had the same problem and that Bias FX said it was a Line 6 problem.

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Line 6 just sucks. Only works great for line 6 products.... I got exact same problem... lollipoping hell

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I figured this out and t works perfect. You have to install ASIO4ALLv2 and assign it as your driver in bias. You then click the little asio4all icon in the taskbar and when it opens you select Line6GX and then it works. It worked on GK Amp demo as well.

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