Originally Posted by paulypaul
Should I install BFD2 on my internal hard drive and use it as a plug in within logic? I have the space for it. The question I'm wondering is if my computer will process it fast enough so I don't get the disk too slow message. I have a macbook with 2gig ram (that came with it), a new 7200rpm 300gig seagate hard drive, 2.16GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor.
Thanks for your help.
You really shouldn't try to use BFD on an internal drive, you won't get much out of that configuration. FxPansion tells you right off the bat to use a dedicated drive for their product. The drive where your applications work is busy. It gets fragmented really really fast. A dedicated drive with BFD, which has an elegant file system which doesn't fragment hardly at all, is night versus day here, the I/O here only having to do the one job, find some BFD content where it otter be.