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Old 11-07-2005, 08:39 AM
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Default error: not an audio record volume

If anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated. Here is what I'm using.

G4 laptop 17"
tiger
PT 6.9
M-Box

When I try to save a new file it says:

no audio record volume

I changed the parameters within the save window but got the same message.

Someone told me I had to go back to 10.3.... Is this true? If so, why? I did get the 6.9 update as well as the latest tiger. Still nothing.

Can anyone help? Thanks in advance for your efforts.

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