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Old 09-04-2008, 02:48 PM
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Default DAE error -9131. What does this mean?

I got a new external hard drive, I partitioned the drive then copied my old drive to the new drive. When I open up a Protools session and then the corresponding Reason File from the new hard drive Protools gives me this error (DAE error-9131). I then have to force quit my session. When I open the same files on my old drive there's no problems and no errors. Can someone please shed some light on this problem for me.

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Old 09-04-2008, 03:14 PM
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Default Re: DAE error -9131. What does this mean?

I may have jumped the gun on this one, i answered my own question. I partitioned the drive as os extended (case sensitive, journaled) which caused the dae error. I re partitioned the drive as os extended (journaled) and that solved the problem. Hopefully someone else will find this information useful.
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Old 03-07-2009, 09:30 AM
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Default Re: DAE error -9131. What does this mean?

Thanks dude ive been pulling my hair out the last few nights and this sounds like winner. im gonno try and hopefully it will work
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Default Re: DAE error -9131. What does this mean?

Ive just discovered that FW drives with the GUID partition scheme that 10.5 likes will cause this error on 10.4 rigs... just reformat with the old apple partition scheme.
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Default Re: DAE error -9131. What does this mean?

i just discovered this problem on a G5 rig using Tiger 10.4.11, LE7.4cs10, using an OWC 250GB with a 934 chip - entire machine slowed to a crawl as soon as i opened a session off this drive (yes, the external was formatted with leopard)

and for the record, copying everything off the drive, reformatting with tiger disk utility and using it for the session drive is fine now.
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Ive just discovered that FW drives with the GUID partition scheme that 10.5 likes will cause this error on 10.4 rigs... just reformat with the old apple partition scheme.
Sorry to revive this old thread, but in case someone stumbles on this again; it is not about 10.4 or 10.5 but instead if you have PPC workstation, use Apple Partition Map and if you have Intel workstation, use GUID Partition Table
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