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Old 03-06-2009, 04:10 PM
jonstone jonstone is offline
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Default Floating error message loading session in pt le 7

hey i made a session that is the same as any other session i normally make and i tried to reload it and got this message "Could not complete the Open Session… command because Floating point error occurred (divide by zero)." I tried restarting and still giving me this message.. it actually happened to two of my sessions i couldnt load the other one either.. And I just opened it a minute ago fine and went to reopen and got this message..I dont know whats going and im gettin frustrated im trying to load a previous backup session but that doesnt seem to work either.. anyone know whats happeneing here? thanks
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