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Old 08-30-2007, 02:06 PM
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Default Loss of connection to 002, random freezing of playback

I have a Mac G5 2.0ghz Dual with 6.5Gig of memory running Pro Tools LE 7.3.1cs4. I am experiencing constant freezing of playback and loss of connection to the 002 Rack. I have recently installed the Audio tool kit. I also run Uaudio cards on the PCI bus and a liquid mix on the firewire bus with the 002 on a separate firewire bus via a PCI card. I have optimized my drives so there are no fragmented audio files and while that seemed to help, things started freezing again. This occurs on sessions with low (2 track) and larger (16 track) counts.

Anyone have any suggestions?

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Billy
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