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Old 01-03-2011, 02:05 PM
nuancerec nuancerec is offline
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Default Unable to save session copies w/ Root Settings Folder

I've been able to save session copies fine for years, but recently PT 8.03 is giving me the "Could not 14405" error message. It happens with every new session. I tried all the usual methods, importing tracks into a new session, starting fresh, toggling the check boxes.

Apparently the "root plug-in settings folder" is causing the problem, as when I uncheck that, if saves the PTF and doesn't display an error message.

Any ideas?

- Morgan
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