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Old 11-05-2007, 08:21 PM
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Default error 9131

Im also getting an error with reason upgrade to 4.0, running m powered. I tried bouncing a heavily rewired session today (20 tracks rewired into protools 7.1.1). I created the session with reason 3.5. I just finished up a session I did in 4.0 with no problem, only seems to happen with older sessions. I have an intel mac i mac 17" screen 2.0 dual core 2 with 3 gb ram, and use the black box as an interface. could not complete bounce to disk command because assertion in "/volumes/development/vbpc/alturaports/newfilelibs/fileformat/macbuild/../../ff/audio/ff_audioproperty.cpp", line 33. What in the hell does THAT mean?
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