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Running into storage problems in Sonar X2.  Have 65 gigs open space on hard drive but getting frequent "cannot write - disk may be full" error messages.  Project I'm currently working on is fairly light on synth plugins most of which are frozen and maybe 10 tracks so shouldn't be using up huge resources.  Does have some automation, mostly volume, not much else.

 

Maybe a RAM issue?

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It is a write failure without a specific error message.

Sometimes toggling the transport on/off will let the save happen.

Sometimes "Save As" works when Save does not.

 

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StudioNSFW, it's Internal drive.  Formatted as a typical hard disc drive.

I'm using two internal disc drives actually and perhaps that is causing some problems, not sure.  One is my C drive where the DAW application and plug ins/VST's reside and the other is a separate internal hard drive where my project files reside along with my audio, wave, loop, raw sound files.  C drive has 60+ gig available space, the other drive has 200+ gig available space.

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Scook, I will try what you suggested.  It pops up mid work, perhaps when the auto save triggers not sure, but that's what worries me as it seems like something more basic than a glitch.

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I suppose it could be. Maybe the AntiVirus software is blocking writes. Makes sure the AV software is skipping the project folders.

 

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Maybe

Feel free to search the old forum

The subject came up more than a few times

Don't recall any posts about this from users running CbB.

 

 

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Buffer setting adjustment and turning off my anti virus (even though it has the proper exceptions) seems to have solved it. ... for now.  Thanks all.

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