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Old 02-07-2024, 05:26 PM
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Default New Session Error in PT Intro

Just installed most recent version.
Attempting to create a New Session returns this error

"Could not create a new document because The system cannot find the file specified. (2) c:\Users\blues\OneDrive\Documents\Pro Tools\First Session. "

Where "First Session" is the name I'mm assigning to the NEW session.

Doesn't matter where I try to create it.

OF COURSE it can't find the file. It hasn't been created yet!

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Old 02-08-2024, 02:13 PM
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Default Re: New Session Error in PT First

Have you tried saving the session to a location outside of the OneDrive folder?
As a test, you can create a directory 'C:\temp' and try storing a session there. Just make sure whatever user you are logging in as has permission to write to that directory.

If that works, then create a directory that makes more sense, but not on OneDrive.
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Old 02-08-2024, 10:38 PM
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Default Re: New Session Error in PT First

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Have you tried saving the session to a location outside of the OneDrive folder?
As a test, you can create a directory 'C:\temp' and try storing a session there. Just make sure whatever user you are logging in as has permission to write to that directory.

If that works, then create a directory that makes more sense, but not on OneDrive.
Thanks. That occurred to me, but it doesn't matter where I try to create the session. Even a folder in the root C drive.
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Old 02-09-2024, 02:18 PM
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Default Re: New Session Error in PT First

Is this really “Pro Tools FIRST,” or Pro Tools Intro? First, if memory serves, will only do cloud sessions. And it’s been discontinued.
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Is this really “Pro Tools FIRST,” or Pro Tools Intro? First, if memory serves, will only do cloud sessions. And it’s been discontinued.
Intro. Fresh DL and install after wiping my HD and registry of anything related to AVID.
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Did you do ALL of the Windows optimizations? Set permissions?
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