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Old 05-09-2009, 02:29 PM
Guitarman002 Guitarman002 is offline
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Default Hard Drive not set to Audio Record Volume Answer

If the solution to this problem has already been posted....my bad.
I thought I would share this to save some scalps out there....I about pulled my hair out on this one.

I figured out the way to fix this problem that has bugged me for the past couple of days....(I reformatted my external hard drive and Pro Tools 8 to no avail).

To fix this error message:

Click on Window>Workspace>then under A and V column make sure that you have R's in both columns, (for record). This did it!
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