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Old 11-29-1999, 07:29 PM
George Cumbee George Cumbee is offline
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Default PC Anomalies

Ok here goes with this new forum...

Been mixing on PC all weekend. Have started noticing more cases of faders that start acting strange, like not going all the way off, sometimes Touch will not work on a faders etc. etc.

I can power off the PC and back on a clear it up. It happens usually several times in a session (several hours). Any ideas or is this just normal?

George
Classic Recording, Franklin, TN
www.classicrecording.com

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1mix/2mixfarm/adaptec/2 21" Viewsonic
9600/300/192/2 X Glyph 18g, AIT, CDR
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