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Old 10-06-2000, 01:59 AM
kostaschief kostaschief is offline
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Default Error 9093

I have Digi oo1 and i already solved the 9125 error by changing the audio drive, but
what happens now is that after about 3 seconds of recording the pro tools displays an error -9093.Full quote of an error is as follows:
The operating system held off interrupts for too long.If this occurs
often try increasing the "H/W Buffer size" in the hardware setup panel
(-9093).
Please help!
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Old 10-06-2000, 02:12 AM
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Default Re: Error 9093

First of all try increasing your hardware buffer size to (if need be to 1024) and then when recording you could simply use the low latency monitering feature (thats what i do). It could also be the cause of your PCI bus being too busy. Please list system specifics, and i (or somebody else I am sure) will go into details on how to fix this. There are many previous posts of this on the board if you are in a big hurry.

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Old 10-06-2000, 03:08 AM
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Default Re: Error 9093

I printed some of the suggestions and i'll try them when i get home,but just in case here's my specs.:



Processor Intel Coppermine FC-PGA processor
• 66/100/133 MHz bus speed
•Pentium 3 750 MHz

Memory Main Memory
• Two 168-pin 3.3 V DIMM sockets
• Supports up to 256 MB memory(Ihave 128)
• Unbuffered Synchronous DRAM (SDRAM)

Video Memory
• Use main memory (Intel Dynamic Video
Memory Technology)
NOTE
As your system has sharing memory architecture using the main memory
for video memory, the usable main memory size is less than real size
when the computer is running.

Main Chipset
Intel FW82810E Graphics and
Memory Controller Hub (GMCH)
• Processor/Host bus support
• Integrated DRAM controller
• Integrated graphics/AC97 controller
• 3D graphics visual enhancements
• 2D graphics
• Arithmetic stretch blitter video
• Power management functions
Intel FW82801AA I/O
Controller Hub (ICH)
• PCI bus interface
• Integrated IDE controller
• USB and DMA controller
• Supports ISA bus via external PCI-ISA
bridge
• Firmware Hub (FWH) interface
• Power management logic
• Real-time clock

I/O Controller
ITE IT8702F Super I/O
Controller
• Floppy drive interface
• One multimode parallel port
• FIFO serial port
• Keyboard and mouse controller

Built-in Audio
Integrated Audio Controller
in Intel FW82801AA Controller
• AC ’97 2.1 Compliant
• AC ’97 Link for Audio CODEC
• Independent Bus Master Logic for PCM In,
PCM Out, and Mic Input
• Separate Independent PCI Function for
Audio

CS4299 CrystalClear SoundFusion Audio
Codec ’97
• AC’97 1.03 Compatible
• Industry Leading Mixed Signal Technology
• 18-bit stereo full-duplex Codec with
fixed 48KHz sampling rate
• Four analog line-level stereo inputs for
connection from LINE IN,CD,VIDEO and AUX
• Two analog line-level mono inputs for
speakerphone
• Mono microphone input switchable from two
external sources
• High quality differential CD input
• Dual Stereo line level outputs
• Extensive power management support
• Meets or exceeds Microsoft’s PC ’98 and PC ’99 audio performance
requirements.

Three usable • Three PCI slots
expansion slots

Other features • Phoenix BIOS
• Plug and Play compatible
• Advanced Power Management (APM)and Advanced
Configuration Power Interface (ACPI)



Power Supply 90W

Environmental • Temperature
Requirement - Operation : +5 o C to 35 o C
- Storage : -20 o C to 60 o C
• Humidity
- Operation : 20% to 80% (No condensation)
- Storage : 10% to 90%

Hard drives - Main : Seagate UDMA 20.4 Gb
- Secondary (Where I keep my files) IBM Titan
UDMA 8.2Gb (Divided in four 2.1 Gb drives)


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Old 10-06-2000, 07:35 PM
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Default Re: Error 9093

Well one general rule in audio world is "get an agp video card if possable"
this agp bus is not connected to the pci bus so it realeases the stress off video off the pci bus this will greatly increase your audio performance.
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Old 10-03-2002, 12:33 PM
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Default Re: Error 9093

I think that your power supply is a little weak for the Digi001. Perhaps a 300 or 400 watt supply would help
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Old 10-03-2002, 12:40 PM
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Originally posted by kostaschief:
I have Digi oo1 and i already solved the 9125 error by changing the audio drive, but
what happens now is that after about 3 seconds of recording the pro tools displays an error -9093.Full quote of an error is as follows:
The operating system held off interrupts for too long.If this occurs
often try increasing the "H/W Buffer size" in the hardware setup panel
(-9093).
Please help!
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">did you enable DMA on all your drives??
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