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POD HD Driver problem : IRQL NOT LESS OR EQUAL

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Hello i'm experimenting annoying problems with my POD HD and Windows 8.1 i got several blue screens, blaming to the PODHDBEAN64.sys i make everything to solve this but no progress... and seems that Line 6 make blind eyes to that problem, anyone solve it?

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Then you need to provide more information. 

 

Are you using a DAW ?

What other audio drivers are you using ?  Such as ASIO4ALL.sys ?

What are you doing on your computer when it blue screens ?

What other programs are you running at that time ?

Do you have any other digital audio interfaces running ?

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Then you need to provide more information. 

 

Are you using a DAW ?

What other audio drivers are you using ?  Such as ASIO4ALL.sys ?

What are you doing on your computer when it blue screens ?

What other programs are you running at that time ?

Do you have any other digital audio interfaces running ?

yes it happens when i use reaper, but in other times it happen even when i don't use it.

i uninstalled all the audio drivers that i have including asio4all

i only use reaper 

no, i only have the pod 

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Great.  Do you have the latest version of the PODHD driver ?

Is it completely up to date at v2.62 ?

Does your Windows 8.1 have all the latest updates ?

 

Line6 software can be found here:

https://line6.com/software/index.html

 

After checking and/or installing updates and/or drivers make sure to do a cold boot of everything - both computer and PODHD.

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Which probably meant you had a driver in Windows 8.1 that needed to be updated.  But I personally liked Win7 better than 8.1, so good choice and glad it's working. 

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Which probably meant you had a driver in Windows 8.1 that needed to be updated.  But I personally liked Win7 better than 8.1, so good choice and glad it's working. 

thanks for the help mate!!!

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I am seeing this problem as well.

 

I am using the Line 6 POD HD Pro X and I have Pro Tools 12 and Windows 10. All drivers are up to date.

 

The blue screen will come up randomly during either recording or playback in Pro Tools.

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Is the PODHD the only digital interface you have ?  Probably not if you are running Pro Tools.

 

If you have ASIO4ALL.sys installed then get rid of it.  That seems to cause a lot of the problems. 

 

More than likely it's a conflict between the PODHD and whatever other digital interface you have installed.

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