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  1. Thanks. That helps a ton. So I run 48,000 kHtz and 64 bit for 5 hours. Should be around 6 GB. I have 150 GB available. I should be good. Thanks
  2. So when I have a jam session and record like 16 tracks of audio for about 5 hours, do you think 1.5 TB will be enough to temparily store it until it's finished and I can move it to the cloud or an external HD?
  3. I do have a 2 TB internal C drive with 60% available on it. So it'll work for temporary storage.
  4. So how do I make the external hard drive the default location to save my projects? Is that the Global folder location?
  5. So when I record a new project, it's going to my C drive. So then after it is done, I will move the .cwp file and the audio file, that are in the same folder, to the cloud or an external Hard Drive. Does this sound like a good plan?
  6. I found the files that were on the link. I deleted some of them off of the C drive, but then just made new folders and duplicated them. I just did a playback and audio recording test. Everything is working now, Thank God. I uninstalled all Cakewalk related software and reinstalled it, but that did not fix the folder location. So I guess DO Not delete anything from the C drive, eh? That's Bad. Don't know if I can recover all I deleted but I've learned quite a lesson. The most important files I'm able to access so that's good.
  7. This is what my folder locations look like. A complete mess! Help!!
  8. Ok. It looks like I've deleted the Cakewalk Projects folder from my C drive to save space. So right now I'm in the recycle bin and restoring everything I deleted. But the folder may be permanently gone since the recycle bin is too small. I've got many duplicate project files on three HDs. So I think now I should delete Cakewalk and reinstall the program to start fresh with all the default settings. I when into settings and changed some other stuff too. So I think that method will be the easiest. Do you concur?
  9. Ok. It looks like I've deleted the Cakewalk Projects folder from my C drive to save space. So right now I'm in the recycle bin and restoring everything I deleted. But the folder may be permanently gone since the recycle bin is too small. I've got many duplicate project files on three HDs. So I think now I should delete Cakewalk and reinstall the program to start fresh with all the default settings. I went into settings and changed some other stuff too. So I think that method will be the easiest. Do you concur?
  10. I've got all my projects saved as .cwp type files. I thought that would include the audio folder. But now thanks to your guys help I know I have to re-save each project in its own folder with an audio subfolder and the .cwp folder. I think I got it now. Cool!
  11. Ok. I have switched the Global folder in the past. But to only two other hard drives. So if I open a file and the audio is missing, can I just change the Global folder to one of the other two drives and it'll find the audio?
  12. Ok. Thanks. Right now I'm clearing space on my C drive because it's almost full. Moving all my recordings to a External 5 TB hard drive. I'm making sure to include the audio files. Now I realize that's crucial. Then I'll open every project that is not saved in a "per project" folder and save those projects in their own folder making sure the audio folder is along for the ride. Do you think that'll solve my problem?
  13. So I should search in the "Everything" program for *.cwp files? Or should I search for *.wav files?
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