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Old 02-23-2006, 12:53 PM
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Default ...not a valid audio volume...

It is very possible that your OS version is not compatable with your protools version. for example, OSX 10.3 needs protools 6.9.2, and OSX 10 4.5 needs protools 7. If the compination isn't right, you'll get that message when you try to enable a drive as a record or playback volume.
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