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Old 03-11-2012, 11:17 AM
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Default CPU over load after 1st playback of opening a session

During the 1st playback it sticks around 22% and plays fine :-
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But if you stop playing the session or if the song has came to the end, then the cpu overloads up to 93% then comes down to around 75% :-
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After the 1st playback the sound goes all fuzzy and it seems to have trouble reading the wav's. I've messed about with the engine host. nothing seems to work except for closing pro tools and re opening it and then it goes to the same situation.

Anyone know a solution to this? i cant upgrade my PC anymore than it is. as it's a dell sx270. and i'm on a limited budget.
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