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When trying to complete installation and/or re-install: POD Farm and/or GearBox and/or POD Farm 2, the following message is pop-up:  Error Message: "Error saving download file. Reason: (Code 9----6--B) Incompatible file system."

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not sure what operating system... but did you download the latest or are you trying to use some old disk?

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I am having the same problem trying to install the latest update for my UX2. 2.55 to 2.56  ( Windows 7 64 bit ) After multiple tries, keep getting the same  Error...  Incompatible File System message. Very frustrating !!

 

This is the first time this has happened while trying to update. Please help, Line 6 or anyone else.

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I have the same problem: after downloading POD Farm 2 installer for version 2.56 for my UX8 the save operation failes!

Error message: "Error saving download file. Reason: (code 8000600B)Incompatible file systems.

 

I have version 2.55 installed and running.

Windows 7, 64bit

 

This is eats my time.....!!!

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Ditto, and just attempted the POD Farm 2 update from 2.51 to 2.56 on Windows 8 32-bit O/S.

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I was having this same issue while trying to download the installer file to an external HD connected to my PC thru USB.

I decided then to download it directly to the hard drive on the PC and it works after that.

 

Hope it works to you as well!

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Does Line 6 have an answer to this issue, or is it just plain ignoring its customer base?

 

I am running XP Svc pack 3, and have seen this many times.  Line 6 Monkey downloads the Pod Farm 2 version 2.57 downloader, and when you try to save it to disk, you get the error.  Now, the Monkey app has no problem installing on XP, running on XP, etc.  It just can't save a file.  Ridiculous, particularly since it was reported many months ago.

 

Check out my profile picture if you want to see the error message.  Completely silly.  I tried to save the downloader to my D: drive, and I have RAID.  Don't tell me that you can only save to a C: drive.  That would mean that somebody needs to get fired at Line 6.

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Have you opened a support ticket? http://line6.com/company/contact/

that's the only way you'll hear directly from Line6.

they aren't ignoring anyone.. that's just the way it works...

 

 

Does Line 6 have an answer to this issue, or is it just plain ignoring its customer base?

 

I am running XP Svc pack 3, and have seen this many times.  Line 6 Monkey downloads the Pod Farm 2 version 2.57 downloader, and when you try to save it to disk, you get the error.  Now, the Monkey app has no problem installing on XP, running on XP, etc.  It just can't save a file.  Ridiculous, particularly since it was reported many months ago.

 

Check out my profile picture if you want to see the error message.  Completely silly.  I tried to save the downloader to my D: drive, and I have RAID.  Don't tell me that you can only save to a C: drive.  That would mean that somebody needs to get fired at Line 6.

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Hey There - I just did a fresh install of PF2 on XPsp3 and there were no issues. It can be a PC problem so if you are having issues you should list the details (including system stuff and what error messages).

 

-B

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I was having the same problem with Pod farm then I ran monkey in compatibility mode and the problem was solved.

 

I have windows 7 32 bit.

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I just got this today. It refused to save to the D: drive. I tried again with the C: drive and it was okay.

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