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Old 05-22-2012, 07:02 AM
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Default segmentation fault in thread "main thread",at address 0x0 when import session data

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I keep getting this error; (segmentation fault in thread "main thread", at address 0x0) when importing session data from .aafs.
I have heard this is a PT 9.0.6 issue and i will have to uninstall and reinstall 9.0.0 and update to 9.0.5.
Is this true?? If so, are Avid going to address this issue?
This problem has plagued my facility and cost me a lot of time and money.

I have tried all the usual tricks:
delete prefs etc
move aaf to another drive/system
force quit and reboot
new session

Any other ideas to help would be great? I cant be the only person to update to 9.0.6 and have this issue??

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Matt

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Hi
I keep getting this error; (segmentation fault in thread "main thread", at address 0x0) when importing session data from .aafs.
I have heard this is a PT 9.0.6 issue and i will have to uninstall and reinstall 9.0.0 and update to 9.0.5.
Is this true??
Yes.
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If so, are Avid going to address this issue?
I hope so.
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This problem has plagued my facility and cost me a lot of time and money.
You are not alone!
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I have tried all the usual tricks:
delete prefs etc
move aaf to another drive/system
force quit and reboot
new session

Any other ideas to help would be great?
Revert to v9.0.5.
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I cant be the only person to update to 9.0.6 and have this issue??
You are not alone. I had the same problem.
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Old 05-24-2012, 04:00 AM
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Thanks for answering those questions. I thought I was going mad for a while.
All suites reverted back to 9.0.5 and all seems fine again.
The curse of the update!
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