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Old 10-31-2000, 05:31 AM
rcr rcr is offline
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Default MOTU 1224 truble

When I work with PTF and MOTU 1224 I get error message: "privat's memory pool dangerous low!" I try change buffer size in PTF and MOTU, but this does not effect.

If I try continiue my work, system was stuned.

Help me, please.
(and sorry for scrible
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Old 10-31-2000, 10:09 AM
BCBud BCBud is offline
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Default Re: MOTU 1224 truble

I was just helping my friend who has a 2408.
He had basically the same problem and he also got the DAE error 6008 which is low memory. All I did to make it work was CTRL+ALT+Delete
and shut down every thing execept Explorer and systray. Then started PTfree. You would have to do this every time, unless you can make those apps not launch at startup. Hope this helps.
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