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Old 09-23-2012, 01:47 PM
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Exclamation Loss of Plug-In authorization keys may occur

When I launch my PT10, I got the
WARNING:
Loss of Plug-In authorization keys may occur.
This system contains one or more drive(s) formatted with NTFS,
which have volume names longer than 11 charaters. This
combination is known to corrupt some InterLok Plug-In
authorizations. If you know which drives are authorized and they
are not configured this way, or if you have no InterLok protected
plug-ins, then you may continue. In order to remedy this issue
before corruption can occur click "Yes" to quit Pro Tools and
rename NTFS volumes to names that are 11 characters or less.
Next, re-launch Pro Pro Tools and this dialog should not appear.

What is NTFS?
How should I remedy this issue?
THANKS FOR ANY HELP
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Old 09-23-2012, 03:17 PM
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Default Re: Loss of Plug-In authorization keys may occur

NTFS

It's the recommended format type to work with pro tools on pc's. The problem doesn't lie there, the problem lies that the overall name length of your file path is too long and may cause problem.
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Old 09-24-2012, 08:36 PM
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Default Re: Loss of Plug-In authorization keys may occur

Thanks.
My external hard drive has a long name. Once I unpluged the drive and launched PT10, then no problem.
The puzzle is that this external hard drive did not create such problem before.
Well, as long as it works, then fine. I can't solve many PT puzzles anyway.
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