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Old 05-09-2018, 08:03 PM
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Default Could not create New Doc. Too Many Levels

I hope this is an easy fix Here is my error message.

Could not create a new document because Too many levels of symbolic links (62) while creating "session name here"

I totally deleted Protools off my mac. Then reinstalled everything. Everything was working great then i got this error. I tried deleting the prefs first. Then i deleted everything. All prefs, plugs, everyfile i could find related to Digidesign and Avid. I downloaded everything and reinstalled it. Still the same error. I have no symbolic links everything is installed on the local hardrive.




MacOS High Sierrra
10.13.3
Universal Audio Apollo twin
Macbook Mid 2015
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