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    Default Windows 8.1 not recognising a Line 6 Sonic Port VX USB deice

    I am trying to use a Line 6 Sonic Port to play my guitar into my laptop but Windows doesn't seem to be recognising the device. Is anybody able to help please?

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    Hello,


    I have no idea about that type of device, is this the same issue on this post below because it looks like you had it working and now it's not again.

    Sonic Port VX - Help an idiot get started (Windows) - Sonic Port devices / Mobile In - Line 6 Community

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    Quote Originally Posted by zep516 View Post
    Hello,


    I have no idea about that type of device, is this the same issue on this post below because it looks like you had it working and now it's not again.

    Sonic Port VX - Help an idiot get started (Windows) - Sonic Port devices / Mobile In - Line 6 Community

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    Yes Joe, that was me too. I did run USBDeview, I'm wondering if the laptop thinks it some other hardware and it trying to use the incorrect driver

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    I don't have an answer on this problem. It was working right ?

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    Yes, I managed to get it working. Then next time it wouldn't work, I got it working through a different USB port. Now it won't work again. I wonder if the laptop thinks it' a different device and it' trying to use a different driver?

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    This is what Line6 say:


    As my colleague has stated it may be due to a driver conflict for another device, I am sorry but when we spoke earlier I cannot recall if you had tried to "remove additional drivers that are installed into your computer one at a time to try and find which one is creating the conflict and either try to update it, look for an alternative version, or remove it"?

    This link may help you to do this
    Adding, removing and managing your devices and printers - Windows Help

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    Hello,

    There may be some ideas here,

    http://www.thewindowsclub.com/usb-de...orking-windows

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    OK, I've looked at that. On step 5, mine looks a little different but the value is already (0).

    I cant add my snip as an attachment?

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    It's all I can think of for right now.

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