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Old 03-11-2007, 06:28 PM
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Default Cannot change drive to audio volume even after formatting

i have an iMac OS X 10.4.6 1.83 GHz Intel-mac, m-audio fastr track pro interface, and a lacie 250 firewire external hard drive. I have tried to reformat my drive many times now, and every time i try to change the record volume, it will not allow me to select "playback" or "record".


I used my hard drive on different pro tool set ups, and it worked just fine from the start. I know that my version of pro tools is compatable with the lacie hard drive because I've used it before. I feel like i have tried it all.

if anyone could offer any advice, i would really appreciate it.

thanks,
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