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Old 12-06-2007, 09:06 AM
djobar djobar is offline
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Default Error 9073

Hi All,

I created a new project and imported some loops (2 stereo tracks) and a small midi track using xpand. I keep getting the 9073 error when I try to play back the loops. Cpu is not taxed at all. Basically I have 3 tracks going. I've researched here and in my book and have done what has been suggested ie. defrag, clear, compact ect. I do have other PT project with 12 plus tracks and plugins all going at once and they run flawless. I'm running XP with all current updates. Pent. D. 1.6 w/2 gig ram and 80 ide hd about half full. I'm not a total newbie but this is puzzling. Any ideas out there?

Thanx in advance,

Drew
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