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Old 05-11-2001, 03:46 AM
stevegalante stevegalante is offline
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Default New disks added, old disks audio files not loaded

Mac G3/300 384M RAM Mac OS 9.04 Atto Dual SCSI, PT 5.1. I've always worked with system disk (4G) + a backup HD (Cheetah 4G) on SCSI Bus 2, and 3x Cheetah 9G (used for normal PT sessions) on SCSI Bus 1. Now I've added 3x IBM 18G 10K. If I put them on SCSI Bus 2 (together with system HD and backup HD) no problem, if I switch the two systems, i.e. IBMs on SCSI Bus 1 and Cheetahs on SCSI Bus 2 when I open a PT session it doesn't locate the files, but strangely doesn't ask me where they are with the classic dialong, it just hangs on the window 'Locating audio files...' and I have to restart everything. Why ? (Obviously no SCSI ID conflicts)

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