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Old 03-25-2009, 01:49 PM
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Default XPand!2 in PTLE 7.4 or 7.3.1?

Hi,

I've been having a LOT of troubles with a bunch of sessions I started in PTLE 7.3.1 and finished in PT8.

I had PT8 installed and had zero problems, songs started in 7.3.1 moved over perfectly, then my motherboard(P5W DH Deluxe) died, mid session so I had to change it, advice received here said I chose the wrong MB (P5K WS plus PCI IT Chipset FW controller), yesterday someone showed up in the dual core thread with the exact same rig working perfectly, but I changed it again (P5B Deluxe), time & money vanishing fast..

Whenever I got PT8 installed again on either of the aove motherboards one session in particular was littered with 9129 errors and clicking & popping, totally reproducable using 2 different MB's with the clicks & pops in exactly the same places, so changing the hardware made no difference, it must be software..

I just unistalled PT8 and tried the main offender back in PTLE 7.4 and it works perfectly.. no clicks 64 sample buffer.. no problems.

To save wasting another week swapping motherboards & fiddling with PT8 getting nowhere if I can get XPand2 to run in PTLE 7.4 (Or better still 7.3.1) then my problems are solved.

The songs recorded after the switch to PT8 are XPand2 heavy, I used some AIR plugins too, but they can be replaced. so, anyone Got XPand2 going in earlier PTLE's?

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Old 03-25-2009, 02:16 PM
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Default Re: XPand!2 in PTLE 7.4 or 7.3.1?

Have you tried it? What happened?
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Old 03-25-2009, 02:21 PM
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Default Re: XPand!2 in PTLE 7.4 or 7.3.1?

Not installed yet, I'm making a dual boot XP system so I can have 7.3.1 and PT8 on the same machine.

Just doing the first XP install now, if no-one tells me they've done it guess I'll be the guinea pig!
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