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Starting to crash alot. I have about half of my memory filled up on my HDD so that's obviously a player, but i also have I'd say 100GB of samples, placed on my desktop. Does this cause it to be slow/crash?
thanks for any help because it's really freakin' annoying
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When you say it's crashing, what happens exactly? Do you get an error message?JamesHanvey wrote:Starting to crash alot. I have about half of my memory filled up on my HDD so that's obviously a player, but i also have I'd say 100GB of samples, placed on my desktop. Does this cause it to be slow/crash?
Size alone shouldn't cause crashing, although it could slow down if you're using your system drive for everything. What's the size of the drive, and how much free space do you have?
It could also be a hardware issue, I'd start by checking the HDD. Download HD Tune trial, and check the health tab. If it all says ok, you're good. But if there's one or two warnings, it's time to back up and get a new HDD.
You could also try the System File Checker on Windows, just to make sure your installation is ok: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929833
That'll do for now as it could be anything, but this is where I'd start.
Yeah I was thinking the same thing. Although doesn't Ableton usually disable bad plugins when they cause it to crash?cyclopian wrote:If its crashing on loading a project file, its almost certainly a plugin that you've used in the project file.
OP you might be better off contacting Ableton support for this problem. Or try finding out which VST you're having issues with.
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