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Old 30th December 2010
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"Audio Device Buffer Underflowed" Constant Error

I've reached the peak of frustration with Avid and Pro Tools..
No matter how many tracks or what session I have open, during recording or playback I will constantly get the 6065 error 'Audio Device Buffer Underflowed' Error.

I have tried everything possible!.. I have reduced and increased the H/W Buffer Size, Restarted Pro Tools, Restarted my PC, Re-installed Pro Tools.. to no success. (Pro Tools is running in administrator mode)

My system specifications are listed below..

I would greatly appreciate your help!..

Thank You
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Asus N71JQ
4GB Ram
Windows 7 Professional 64bit
Mbox 2
Pro Tools 9
OCZ Vertex 120GB SSD Drive (System Drive)
Western Digital 640GB 5400RPM (Pro Tools Drive) in an E-SATA Dock
Old 30th December 2010
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Originally Posted by Ro-Cho View Post
I've reached the peak of frustration with Avid and Pro Tools..
No matter how many tracks or what session I have open, during recording or playback I will constantly get the 6065 error 'Audio Device Buffer Underflowed' Error.

I have tried everything possible!.. I have reduced and increased the H/W Buffer Size, Restarted Pro Tools, Restarted my PC, Re-installed Pro Tools.. to no success. (Pro Tools is running in administrator mode)

My system specifications are listed below..

I would greatly appreciate your help!..

Thank You
-------------------------

Asus N71JQ
4GB Ram
Windows 7 Professional 64bit
Mbox 2
Pro Tools 9
OCZ Vertex 120GB SSD Drive (System Drive)
Western Digital 640GB 5400RPM (Pro Tools Drive) in an E-SATA Dock
After you get the error, does the track click and pop?
Old 30th December 2010
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It doesnt click and pop, but occasionally all the audio will cut out altogether (Sometimes after the error message and sometimes not) and i can only bring it back by changing the buffer size.

Could it be anything to do with the fact that I'm running it on a 5400RPM notebook drive drive instead of a 7200RPM Drive?
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