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Old 05-08-2017, 03:10 PM
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Default Re: Could not allocate memory for the disk cache. Try lowering your disk buffer..

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Originally Posted by iammietig View Post
I have a Mac Mini, running windows 8.1 Professional, on which I have installed Pro Tools 10 according to all required compatibility and administrative standards but, I get the same error:

"Could not allocate memory for the disk cache. Try lowering your disk buffer ( DAE Buffer), disk cache size, or engine voice count. If you got this error on launch, delete your prefs and try again. (-9514)"

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1 - I'VE TRASHED THE PREFERENCES TIME AND TIME AGAIN... SAME RESULT.

2 - TRIED CLEAN INSTALL .... SAME RESULT

3 - I tried going to "Program And Features" in Win Vista, Win 7 and Win 8 or
"Add or Remove Programs" in XP Then uninstall "Avid HD Driver (x86)"or "Avid HD Driver (x64)" BUT, I DON'T SEE THEM LITED THERE AT ALL

SOMEONE PLEASE HELP... I RUN PRO TOOLS 10 ON MY BRAND NEW IMAC VIA WINDOWS 8.1 WITHOUT A SINGLE ISSUE. I'M HONESTLY STUMPED

Here are more details about the mini's specs:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Byj...ew?usp=sharing

Here you'll see no HD driver listed:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Byj...ew?usp=sharing

This driver, I suspect has something to do with the issue:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Byj...ew?usp=sharing

But as you'll see here... it claims there is no better driver:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Byj...ew?usp=sharing

SMH!!!!
Why are you running Windows on a Mac? Do you have a specific reason? Why not just run PT10 in OSX? Unless you have a compatibility issue between whatever OSX you are running and PT10. Even then that's not an excuse.

I looked at your screenshots - you don't actually have a Mac Mini computer do you? Or are you running a Hackintosh? Either way there's a lot of confusion with your setup.
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