Place the Looper at the end of the signal chain. The sound will stay as you recorded it.
Yes. Same thing without them but no so noticeable.
I have the same feeling.
I put some mooer candies on the switches but I had to remove them because of that.
Yes. Everything is updated.
It definitely sounds like a Network Driver problem.
If you're able to get in to Device Manager, look at your Network Adapters, are there any exclamation marks?
Go into Control Panel, Programs and Features, and uninstall any Network Card software you see in there. If you have an Intel network adapter, look to see if there are any software applications, like Network Access Manager, remove anything in there that belongs to networking. Same with Realtek network adapter software.
If that doesn't work, try forcing your Network adapters to update their drivers:
Let us know how it goes.
I've been so busy this weekend I had no time for the computer.
I'll try to do it this morning.
Please, let me ask you something: The computer seems to be working properly excepting the blue screen when I try to switch it off, so... Is it dangerous to use as it is and just make a hard switch off each time I use it?
It's probably a stupid question. I apologise in advance.
Thank you again.
No. Everything seems to be working correctly. Both Wi-Fi and network cable work ok.
But when I try to switch off, when it looks like it's off, the blue screen appears and the computer restarts by itself. I just can keep the on/off switch pressed until the computer switches off.
When I switch it on again, everything is there. No data lost.
Here you have a picture:
There has been a problem in your PC and it needs to restart. We are getting info about it and then it'll restart.
To find more info about the problem and possible solutions, go to https://www.windows.com/stopcode
If you call for tech support tell them "stop code: BUGCODE NDIS DRIVER".
I haven't find any solution going there.
NDIS= Network Driver Interface Specification. Your network card is having problems.
Do you have a Desktop PC, or Laptop? Do you use a network cable, or Wi-Fi?
Network cable and Wi-Fi. They both work correctly.
Thank you. I did from Windows 7.
Every time I try to switch the computer off, I get a blue screen that says: stop BUGCODE NDIS DRIVER. And it restarts again. I have to do a hard switch off every time.
If you are upgrading from Windows 7 or 8 to Windows 10 using the free upgrade option be aware that you may encounter a lot of problems with BSOD.
The best way to do it is to backup your data, complete the upgrade Windows 10, ensure Windows 10 has activated, download a Windows 10 iso and use Windows USB/DVD to make a bootable USB then install again. Also if you download the ISO make sure you download the Windows 10 1909 version as you will require a lot less updates.
Overwriting the OS files led to a lot of problems during migrations I have worked on, a fresh install is always best but make sure Windows 10 activates, then it is tied to your computer for as many installs as you wish.
Don't forget to download your Windows 10 drivers first just in case the network adapter driver does not work (generally always does)
Apologies if this is useless information.
I think it's too late for doing that.
But I think I saw "Activate" somewhere in the screen. I'll try to do it tomorrow.
First, thanks to the development team. Great job.
Second, I get it. Validation on multiple OS's is a PITA. I have been developing or in charge of development teams for around 35 years.
That being said, my old Win7 machine just won't update to Win10. Motherboard isn't supported for some reason. I tried to do it anyway, took around 2 hours and was nearly complete when the dreaded Win10 "something went wrong" BSOD showed up. The good news is that MicroSoft nicely put my machine back in the state it was in prior to the upgrade attempt (someone did their homework on failure modes on this one ).
I suppose it really is time for another pseudo "ground up" desktop build .... or perhaps I can talk my wife into a nice new family laptop
Funny thing is, I wouldn't even be considering updating the machine if it weren't for the Kemper editor. It does what it needs to do and is rock stable.
Still, can't expect anyone writing a new program to be targeting Win7 today. That is just plain silly.
Similar problem here.
I just upgraded from Windows 7 to 10 to have the new editor working. And it works. But every time I try to switch the computer off, it shows a blue screen and restarts.
How did you return to Windows 7?
I still get that blue screen when I switch the computer off ( stig72 , I checked that software, but saw a few opinions that made me think it wasn't safe, so I didn't use it).
BUT, anyway I installed RM3 and updated the Stage without problems and everything seems to work fine, so I'm happy with it.
Check this out http://www.windowswally.com/ho…ugcode-ndis-driver-error/
There is loads out there with a google search by the way.
I hope this helps.
Thank you very much!
I've been the whole afternoon trying to fix it with what I find in internet. But I have not seen that link. I'm reinstaling now. If it doesn't work, I'll try it.
Thank you again!
After installing Windows 10 (Windows 7 doesn't accept RM3), every time I try to switch the PC off, I get a blue screen with a message that says "Stop Bugcode Ndis Driver" and the PC restarts.
Message moved to the right place.
Upgrading to Windows 10.
Rig Manager says you need, at least, firmware 7.1.6 in your Kemper.
I see 7.1.7 beta and, in "older firmware versions", 7.1.5. I can't find 7.1.6.
Any help on this?
Not sure why it's listed as 120 EUR here. I ordered it on Kemper online shop for 100 EUR and way cheaper than the Helix backpack here in Singapore.
120€ VAT included for customers inside EU.
100€ Out of EU.
I'm very interested, too. It's a matter of time that I do it with my amps.
Oh... Until the last two words, I thought you were trying to replicate you're own amp. I was going to tell you that the best way to be satisfied with the results was to profile it yourself. Even paying to do it in a recording studio wouldn't be expensive if you already know the amp and pedal settings.