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Old 07-02-2015, 07:39 AM
Daniel Sasso Daniel Sasso is offline
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Default HDX2 EB7 Chassis + External Hard Disk = Crash :(

Hi, I´m having issues using HDX2 installed on EB7 Chassis and a external drive. It doesn´t matter if it is USB or a FireWire. Is someone having same issues?

PT10.3.10 HDX2, a blackmagic and a USB Card are installed also, but not on EB7.
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PT HDX2 ExpressBox EB7 Chassis 10.3.10.D-Control.HD I/O.SYNC H/D.MacPro "4,1".2x 2.26 GHz Quad.32 Gb RAM.OS 10.7.5

PT HDN 10.3.8.D-Command.HD I/O.SYNC I/O.MacPro "4,1".2.8 GHz Quad.32 Gb RAM.OS 10.7.5

PT HDN.PCIe 10.3.8.C|24.HD I/O.SYNC I/O.MacPro "4,1".2.8 GHz Quad.32 Gb RAM.OS 10.7.5

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