#1
This would have been my NAD since i did get my vetta 2 212 in the mail. But when i started playing it after a while it suddenly froze. and now i have to get a midiman uno so i can reinstall everything whihc will come in like a week. so FML
#3
Call Line6's Tech Support. There's probably a factory reset (where you hold down a button, or a combo of buttons and turn it on) that might fix your problem.
#4
haha an amp that freezes.
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#6
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haha an amp that freezes.

yeh there like a computer in the line 6 vettas so yeh it makes sense that it freezes
#7
^ I saw that. It only describes a "soft reset" - where you need to be able to read the screen and navigate menus.

He probably needs to do a "hard" reset.
#8
Quote by 667
^ I saw that. It only describes a "soft reset" - where you need to be able to read the screen and navigate menus.

He probably needs to do a "hard" reset.

yeh thats it i need to do the hard reset and to do that i need a midi to USB interface... which will be here in a while..... ****
#11
Arrrrrrrggggghhhhh! That sux man hope it gets fixed soon.
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#13
Meh I though you could do a factory reset without midi cables but I honestly forget haha. Well once the midi cables get there you shouldnt have a problem at all. Its quite easy to reset and upgrade the amp.

Happy NAD btw. Its a great amp.
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