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Old 11-12-2003, 02:14 PM
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A couple days ago I lost use of my MBox and brought the problem before you ducies. Although the problem wasn't resolved through the conference; however something that I gleened from an old thread got stuck in my head...so to speak. I continued racking my brain and consulting a few coworkers. I thought that the problem was caused by defragging. What I forgot was that before defragging I performed a free up disk space function that had an option to compress old files. This may have compressed part of the sessions in PT; rendering it parralized. Any comments or experience are appreciated. If this is an accurate assumption of the compression issue' maybe someone else will benifit from my experience.

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