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Old 09-26-2012, 05:05 AM
garnoil garnoil is offline
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Default Can't "Save Copy In" PT Crashes

I am having a problem when I try to save session "Copy IN" to my desk top, PT crashes. Some times I get the Altura Ports/Assertion dialogue but other times it just crashes. When I sat crashes I mean, it actually freezes the entire computer and not even the mouse works, and I have to manually turn it off and re-boot from cold.

I can Save Session Copy In to another drive with no problems but nit to my hard drive desk top.

I used to be able to do this all the time, but I bought a new LaCie firewire drive and this problems started happening then. The drive is formatted Mac OS Extended Journaled.

PT TDM HD 2 version PT 10.2, Mac 8 core Snow Leopard, 16 Gigs Ram
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