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Old 02-02-2006, 01:47 PM
UnkleMik UnkleMik is offline
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Default Memory leak in PT7cs3?

I'm running PT7cs3 on a Dell Dual Precision Xeon 3.2GHz machine with 2GB of RAM, and Windows XPsp2. I also have Ableton Live ReWired into PT. With modest PT/Live sessions I'm getting "out of memory - save your work and quit now" error messages when performing simple edits in Live.
In Windows Task Manager the available memory steadily decreases over time, even when nothing is running.
PT6.9 had a memory leak issue late last spring. Has a similar problem come back in PT7cs3?
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Old 02-03-2006, 12:53 AM
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Default Re: Memory leak in PT7cs3?

I have experienced the same problems, we have 7 systems and I have only upgraded 3 of them. The 3 sytems on 7.1 cs3 now run slower as the day goes on.

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