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Under Security Settings/Local Policies, double‑click User Rights Assignments. 5. However, make sure you don't delete any folders labelled 'Catalogs'. Check the disk allocation window to see what's changed" I tried to check the allocation window in pro tools and it shows all my audio in the root media folder tab If you don't sooner or later, you'll get caught, and it's NOT fun. http://amigasuperbit.com/pro-tools/pro-tools-le-cannot-be-opened-because-of-a-problem.html

And don't buy a whole new computer, instead just replace the hard drive - save money. Pro Tools also has a Databases folder on the system drive, and you should delete that as well. A completely new, re-written session with corrected file addresses. So what's going on, and what can be done? http://avid.force.com/pkb/articles/en_US/error_message/en332943

Reopened it to find the same mangled session plus a new error: "The original disk allocation for this session cannot be used. That said there are some interesting reads about how the current Mac OS handles file management and the age old problem of fragmented drives. Why does this happen? For more information, please read the Digibase guide located under the 'Help' menu in Pro Tools.

Please read our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, and Phone Recording Policy. Delete anything starting 'com.digidesign', DAE Prefs folder, DigiSetup.OSX, and 'Pro Tools preferences'. www.soundcloud.com/flexmuzik Need live guitars for your beats? then tried "Save Copy In".

to have a killer performance just go poof into cyberland. Click "Change" and choose your new location. __________________ Gigabyte EX58A-UD3R BIOS FH, Intel Core i7 CPU 980X, 24GB Mushkin Enhanced Blackline DDR3 1600Mhz PC3-12800, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560, Windows 10 Pro Any Sessions on them will first need to be copied onto a drive formatted correctly for Pro Tools — which is not necessarily the same as being formatted correctly for the computer's operating pop over to these guys Great, thanks!

So now what? I had the same problem, did a Google search and found this page. I looked under disk allocation, and everything was still labeled the way I wanted it: all saved to the external HD. This is another source of trouble...

It the meaan time have you searched the Digidesign web site (DUC) for solutions and suggestions concerning the error code in question When I get more time I'll review the problem. More hints Thanks again! Have you tried "Save copy in"?? Even if you’ve never created music on your computer, PRO TOOLS 9 IGNITE!

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Reply With Quote 06-29-2011 #4 HIMbeats View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage View Articles Insane FP Patriot Join Date Oct 2010 Location The Emerald City Posts 1,585 Thanks 0 Thanked Then open them up, to make sure it was a valid burn. July 2010 Latest Videos Slate VMS: Classic Mic Shoot-Out Uploaded 3 weeks 2 hours ago Ocean Way Audio HR3.5 - AES 2016 Uploaded 1 month 3 days ago Ocean Way Audio http://amigasuperbit.com/pro-tools/pro-tools-9-cannot-detect-hardware.html This is really good advice I should heed right now!

You may be able to go back a couple of session versions using the auto backups and find most if not all of your work. will give you the skills required to record and mix with confidence. No, create an account now.

Check the disk allocation window to see what's changed." The file still opened and everything was still there, but when I went to play, I got no sound, and only five

When you say "everything is there" I assume you mean the audio wave forms rebuild themselves in the session right???? Once the Workspace browser has opened, you will see that there are two small columns to the right of the Name column, headed 'A' and 'V', for Audio and Video. Responder Seguir este hilo #1 por Jota el 14/09/2010 Hola a todos, desde hace un par de días al abrir una sesion en Pro Tools me salta el siguiente mensaje: The Newcomers and power users alike need to know how to make things right when their Pro Tools Sessions run into trouble.

This is because firewire operates in an asynchronous, "peer-to-peer" mode, while USB relies heavily on the OS for data transfer. ESPECIALLY DATABASES!!! The first lists each track in your Session and the second shows where in your system any audio files recorded on that track will be saved. http://amigasuperbit.com/pro-tools/pro-tools-cannot-locate-hardware.html Reply With Quote 08-27-2007,08:59 AM #2 tech1 View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Jun 2006 Posts 622 This error usually refers to when a session has been moved

Login You may login with either your assigned username or your e-mail address. Hope that helps http://www.cronicbeats.com Reply With Quote 06-29-2011 #3 astroidmist View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles Registered User Join Date Jan 2011 Posts 355 Thanks 0 Thanked 0 Times in to have a killer performance just go poof into cyberland. it's all about developing good disk management discipline and sticking with it...

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All times are GMT -8. Disk Allocation is a setting within Pro Tools that determines which hard drive any content on a track will be recorded onto. Quit Pro Tools, saving your Session if possible, and then once Pro Tools has quit, drag the Digidesign Databases folder on your media drive to the bin and empty the bin.

usually out of desparation.