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Old 11-11-2014, 09:43 AM
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Default Re: PT 11.1.3 Crashing On Loading - Potential Plug-In Issues

Hey Guys,

I experienced this issue this morning. I use my system professionally and being down for even half a day is a real problem.

I purchased an ASC and while I was on the call I mentioned I had changed the name of my Internal Drive on my MacPro to Studio 8. I also happen to have an External drive I track all sessions to called Studio 8.

Well, apparently that was the issue for me. When I changed the name back to Macintosh HD for my Internal drive, everything launched perfectly.

May not be the exact same issue, but perhaps you have duplicate drives with the same name, or duplicate folders that are confusing the program upon launch.

Good luck!
Jeff
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Old 01-15-2015, 05:02 AM
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Default Re: PT 11.1.3 Crashing On Loading - Potential Plug-In Issues

Thanks Studio 8!
I had the same issue. I noticed after reading your post that I had a USB-drive with the same title as my hdd. Renamed it and problem gone.
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Old 06-10-2015, 09:35 AM
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Default Re: PT 11.1.3 Crashing On Loading - Potential Plug-In Issues

PROBLEM SOLVED!! I HAD A USB PENDRIVE WITH THE SAME NAME AS THE MAC HD DISK...Just eject it..and VOILA!! Thank you man!!! You 're the best hehe!!!


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Let me share my experience with this problem. All of the sudden this Could not complete your request because No such file or directory (2) while creating "Plug-In Settings" started to prevent me from working on my project. After trying everything that was suggested here and not finding anything in Avid's knowledge base I was just about to cough up $40 for the ASC when I by pure chance noticed two Macintosh HD icons on my desktop. Namely on my USB drive that I use for Time Machine I also have a partition on which I occasionally dump the contents of my MacBook Pro.

I sad: "... well it couldn't be, could it?" Not only it could have been, IT WAS. After ejecting the drive PT 11 mounted, obviously not looking for stuff on the wrong drive anymore. By the way, the PT 10 didn't care about this and worked just fine. Go figure.
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Old 07-03-2018, 05:01 AM
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Default Re: PT 11.1.3 Crashing On Loading - Potential Plug-In Issues [RESOLVED]

To PT Users,


Similar Issue with version 2018.3.0 Pro Tools HD this morning.
Just removed a usb pen drive I had inserted into my Mac before startup
relaunched the PT software which worked fine for me.


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