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Old 11-24-2006, 01:18 PM
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Default Note book Problems?

HP Pavilion Notebook PC (DV6119US)

1024MB DDR2 memory
80GB hard drive

Have Mbox with 6.4 Le systems protools


Nothing Happens after install protools. The notebook just restarts when try to launch protools.Somebody Help
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Old 11-25-2006, 10:44 AM
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First, you need to post in the right section of this forum. This is the section dedicated to Pro Tools MPowered, the version of the software that runs on M-Audio hardware. You will have much better luck finding answers to your questions if you post in the Pro Tools LE Systems on Windows: 002, Mbox, 001 forum.

Next, you are using a version of the software that is 6 versions old; almost 3 years old. You need to upgrade some things to get it working on a newer machine.
  1. Download and install the 6.4cs6 plugin update
  2. Download and install the 6.4cs9 program update
  3. Download and install the Documentation
  4. Download and install the latest PACE interlok drivers
  5. Make sure you trash your prefs and databases after updating (How To is mentioned in the General Troubleshooting thread).

Personally, I would recommend upgrading to the latest version for $75 at the Digistore
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Old 11-25-2006, 01:18 PM
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Default Re: Note book Problems?

Thank you
My bad for posting in wrong forum.

One last question if I download the lastes version do I still have to download all the other items.?

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Old 11-25-2006, 10:05 PM
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One last question if I download the lastes version do I still have to download all the other items.?
No.
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Although, downloading the latest PACE drivers might not be a bad idea.
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Old 11-26-2006, 08:57 AM
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Got the Protools working.

Now Just get the Buffer error 9129 & 9093 when turn down buffer.

Tryed Digi anwerbase for 9129


Disable the processor as follows:

1. Right-click on My Computer and select Manage
2. Click on Device Manager
3. In the right pane, select the pulldown for Computer
4. Right click on the Multiprocessor entry and select Properties
5. Click the Driver Tab
6. Select Update Driver
7. Click Next in the Hardware Wizard
8. Select the ‘Display a list of known drivers for this device…’ and hit Next
9. From the list in the window, select ACPI Uniprocessor PC
Note: If you do not see the Uniprocessor PC option, select the ‘Show all hardware devices for this class’
button—
The Uniprocessor selection should then appear in the right pane
10. Hit Next and allow the driver to install---it will then prompt you to reboot
11. Reboot the computer. The CPU is now operating in single processor mode


I do not have Uniprocessor PC option.
These are the ones listed

*ACPI Multiprocessor PC
*Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (AcPI)PC
*MPS Multiprocessor PC
*Standard PC

Would Standard PC be the best slection for the buffer 9129 to go away?

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