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I also have the same problem.... I just recently got athe USB t0 MIDI cable from amazon

 

http://www.amazon.com/Cable-Converter-Music-Keyboard-Window/dp/B0047ANFWY

 

i've connected the ports properly and the driver for the cable also got installed automatically in my win 7 machine.... then i started the vyzex editor and i get the same message shown in the screenshots by romulomolero ... Kindly help.

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I also have the same problem.... I just recently got athe USB t0 MIDI cable from amazon

 

http://www.amazon.com/Cable-Converter-Music-Keyboard-Window/dp/B0047ANFWY

 

i've connected the ports properly and the driver for the cable also got installed automatically in my win 7 machine.... then i started the vyzex editor and i get the same message shown in the screenshots by romulomolero ... Kindly help.

I've got the same cable than you, but I paid 15 euros haha

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@zgnjah Hehe guess i was lucky to get a good deal then .... but seriously romulomolero.... have you managed to solve this problem you were facing... it'd be of great help if you could tell us how .... or anyone from the line 6 support team.

Any help is much appreciated.

 

Thnx

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Hello all,

 

exact same device and same problem for me. I'm running Win7. Could anybody help please?

 

Thx.

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I've got the same problem.  I've gone through all of the manuals with no luck.  Has anyone had any luck with this???

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Hey there - first off I am using WinXP so take this with a grain of salt :-)

 

Check your cable connections first.  The USB/Midi Out -> FPP Midi In & USB/Midi In -> FPP Midi Out.

 

Your Midi/USB adaptor is known for being ''iffy'' the recommended one is the M-Audio Midisport Uno, its a bit more $$ but it is a quality peice. I use the Uno myself.

 

If there is a '32 bit'/XP compatibility mode maybe try that.

 

Hope I helped!

Bill

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I get the same problem,my laptop system is win7 x64. I think it's not the trouble from midi-usb line, because the midi in & out of cubase 5  are bothactive.

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I know but the L6 midi ports work with the better cables. I had the same problem with the cheap cables. They would work on somethings but not reliably on the Pod/FPP, the better cables solved the problem. Do a search of the forums and see how many times the problem with the midi/usb cables are posted and then what the usual culprit is.

 

In the long run the better cables (IMO) were more than worth it for the peace of mind. When an issue did arise I had a variable aready removed from the equation and could address the root problem quicker (usually WinXPs lovely usb system). 

 

-B

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