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Old 10-16-2002, 06:05 PM
arcarsenal arcarsenal is offline
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Default floating point error message

sometimes, when i import something, open a session, or maximize protools, i get a floating point error, and i have to reboot to run pt again.

i was wondering if there was a setting i could change for this error to be less common.

thanks, steve.
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