While boucing a stereo mix down to a stereo track (via sending all tracks to a bus and then using that bus as the input to a stereo track, then sending that track to the main outputs), I get the following message after about two minutes: "DAE can't get audio from the drive(s) fast enough. Your drive may be too slow or fragmented, or a firewire drive could be having trouble due to the extra firewire bandwidth or CPU load." The firewire drive has 14 Gigs of space left, and I am running on a Mac laptop to a LaCie Porche drive. I have a Pro Tools 002 system that is less than two years old. I have three tracks that I'm recording down, and have a reverb plugin and Maxim running on the aux track I have the entire mix on. I've tried saving copy in... and copying all audio files to the main drive of the laptop, then dragging the copy onto the Firewire drive. This did not work. I tried a 3rd party Mac defragging program on the drive that finished in a minute. That did not work. Any ideas, folks?