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 Post subject: Bizarre...
PostPosted: Sun Aug 08, 2004 2:30 pm 
Guitar Ho
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Explain this to me batman...

I was trying to get the digital ports to work with the soundcard Pete gave me, and I was poking around the preference settings in the Utility menu. I get D.OUT COPYRIGHT and it was ON. I said what's this doing on?? So I set it to OFF. Didn't think anymore about it and shut down the machine. This morning I fire it up, and nothing will play. Hit play, nothing, try to move to a marker, nothing. Go to the wave file and try to listen, nothing. Okay, don't panic. Check hard drive, no errors (Oh. I see. --I swear I'm gonna blind the engineer that came up with that message). So, I create a new song and try and record. Nothing again!!

So I think back as to what I did while trying to get the digital port working and remember the D.OUT. Set it to ON and now everything works.

Any clues out there???

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 08, 2004 4:12 pm 
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Hi Dave,

Me thinks, there is a way to shut on or shut off the optical in and out (not completely sure about this, though)... but I think I remember that, from back at the days where I didn't know that it was possible to import stuff from a CD directly via the built-in drive... :banghead: !

So, if you would have activated the opical outs, and deactivated that copyright entry, that might prevent you from further doing anything, because you don't approve of the copyright thing, but still have the machine set to send out data via the opticals.

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