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Old 02-23-2010, 12:45 PM
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Default DAE can't get audio from hard drive fast enough, hard drive may be fragmented, there

I know that there's a thread with this title, but I didn't have any answer that help me to solve the problem..

so, I recorded on audio track 40 second of notes with the guitar.
When I click play to listen: the system display this error.

I have the mbox2 as external audio device.

I'm using pro tools 8.

could you help me ?

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Old 02-23-2010, 12:52 PM
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Where's your hard-drive? If you're trying to record to the internal system drive, that's a NO-NO and you WILL get this error.

More system info will help us help you. What do you have?
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I'm using pro tools 8.

could you help me ?

thanks
YEAHPPP

Also, jus so u know, & DIGI may move it, but pay attention to where u start threads because this is the HD side & an Mbox is obviously LE... so just be mindful of that for future ref...
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Where's your hard-drive? If you're trying to record to the internal system drive, that's a NO-NO and you WILL get this error.

More system info will help us help you. What do you have?
intel(M) core(tr)2 duo CPU
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3.17 GHZ, 2,00 GB DI RAM

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@ Eric
sorry, what do you means when you wrote "Where's your hard-drive?" ?
how can I know if I'm trying to record to the internal system drive ?
The mbox2 is connected to the desktop, the guitar is connected to mbox2, I recorded the track (is the first time, I'm niubby of ptools, I used cubase) but I reach this error when I try to listen, cliking on play button.
Let me know what information you need
thanks for the patience

@ keybeeeeets
sorry for that, first or second post into the forum, I have to take confidence of the environment..
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@ keybeeeeets
sorry for that, first or second post into the forum, I have to take confidence of the environment..
No prob, thatz why I jus put it out there so u'd know...since ur new to the forum world, u may not have noticed that the YEAHPPP in the above post was a link to somewhere u have skipped as most do which ends up with them asking questions that are pretty much answered...


after reading that, u will further understand what ERIC is asking u about...
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YEAHPPP

I'm studing, thanks.
I hope to find the solution.
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I'm sure I don't have to say it but keep us posted
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