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Aditya86 05-16-2010 08:25 PM

Warning Message From ProTools M-Powered Essential 8
 
Hello What's up guys...
i recently bought M-audio Protools Keystudio 49 included :Usb Micro Audio Interface & Protools M-Powered Essential Software (Original Software)
i do the instalation all correctly (beside i do the re installed to)
but the main problem is ,when i try to open the Protools M-Powered Essential Software 8.02
it always pops up a warning message and it sounds like this

WARNING
Loss of Plug-In authorization keys may occur.

This system contains one or more drive(s) formatted with NTFS,which have volume names longer than 11 character.This combination is known to corrupt some InterLok Plug-In Authorizations.If you know which drives are authorized and they are not configured this way,or if you have no InterLok protected Plug-Ins,then you may continue.In Order to remedy this issue before corruption can occur click "yes" to quit Pro tools and rename NTFS volumes to names that are 11 characters or less.Next,re-Launch Pro Tools and this dialog should not appear.


Does anyone know ,what should i have to do with this problem ??
i really need help for this :confused::confused:

thnks n regards


Ms : Windows XP pro v.2002 sp2
cpu :Intel Core2Duo E4500 2.20Ghz
2.00 Gb of Ram

Avid 05-17-2010 12:35 AM

Re: Warning Message From ProTools M-Powered Essential 8
 
You can either ignore it or rename your drives:
Knowledge Base

mygat 05-13-2011 05:10 PM

Re: Warning Message From ProTools M-Powered Essential 8
 
Hi i just bought pro tools for windows 7 and i have the same problem as Aditya86 its been like a month now you said to rename them but i dont know how i open my start go to my computer right click on C harddrive ? and rename it i dont understand? I tried to do that can you please help me:(


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