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Old 04-23-2010, 01:10 PM
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Default -9060 & -9031 errors.

Just wanted to share this with you folks. I had this -9060 & 9031 thing happen yesterday in 2 different sessions. Audio would not play, I searched around the Digi help board and here at the DUC. Tried everything, nothing worked. I assumed the session was somehow corrupt.
So I decided to try this. I burned a DVD of the entire session, trashed the old one. Then I clicked the PT icon on the DVD and opened PT & the session, followed the promps that came up. It wanted to make a "copy" version on the drive. I waited for the files to propagate(took a little time) and low & behold the sessions worked perfectly. Just something else to try if you are having these error probs.
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