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Logic 5.5 on P.C. - new SATA drive sample rate problem :-S

Discussion in 'Logic' started by OlympicPhil, Oct 10, 2006.

  1. OlympicPhil

    OlympicPhil Guest

    Hi,

    I've been running Logic 5.5 quite happily now for over 2 years, since starting work in a studio and wanting to be compatible with everone else without buying a Mac.

    Always wanting to make my audio machine faster and better, I recently bought a 150GB Western Digital Raptor, 10k rpm SATA drive. ("the fastest non-SCSI drive available")

    Happy as Larry, I hooked it all up, transferred all my projects over to the new drive, loaded up the song I'm working on currently, and tried to play it.

    To my horror, within a few moments it had kicked up a sample-rate error "sample rate of 40,123 (or something) recognised... blah blah blah"

    I tried copying it back to my old IDE drive, an IBM Deskstar and the session runs fine from there.

    Anyone tried running a 10k SATA drive with Logic 5.5?

    Spec:

    Gigabyte nForce2 motherboard
    2 GB Corsair matched pair DDR RAM in dual channel mode
    E-Mu APS
    Windows XP Home SP2


    Thanks in advance,

    Phil
     

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