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Old 09-01-2006, 07:34 PM
Jason Us Jason Us is offline
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Default Re: Playback and Record Volume messages - read thi

I have a IBM PC P4, windows XP Sp 2, 3GHZ, 2GB Ram.

I just installed a new 400GB SATA HD and am experiencin the very problem you speak of. In the Workspace, when I try to change from Transfer to Playback or Record I get the folowing message " 'DRIVE' cannot be designated as an Audio record volume because it is not a valid audio volume.

I reformated it (NTFS) qith quick format - no luck.

I tried a long format - also no luck.

What should I try now?

Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

Thanks

jason
jasonus@gmail.com
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