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Old 09-13-2009, 12:53 PM
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Default How do i rename ntfs volumes?

Upon start up I got this message:

rename NTFS volumes to drive names that are 11 characters or less before installing or launching Pro Tools M-Powered.
Should you attempt to launch Pro Tools M-Powered with NTFS drives longer than 11 characters, a dialog should appear alerting you to this fact.

How do I do this? I have removable hard drives, do I rename all of them?

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Old 09-13-2009, 12:57 PM
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Default Re: How do i rename ntfs volumes?

Just rename it... Only the ones that give u that popup... Rite click, go into properties, u'll see it... Just sayin Dan the piano man, u may have quite a bit of problems with PT...
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Default Re: How do i rename ntfs volumes?

My Computer>right-click on a drive and select Rename.
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Default Re: How do i rename ntfs volumes?

Pro Tools does like to put a file on every available drive, so any active drive present with Pro Tools running should be renamed to avoid potential issues.
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