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Pro Tools 9 TCE error

Discussion in 'Backline' started by theguitarfreak, Sep 10, 2011.

  1. theguitarfreak

    theguitarfreak New Metal Member

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    I just installed Pro Tools 9 on Snow Leopard 10.6.6. But whenever i start the program i get a pop up message saying:

    "Could not create the TCE plug-in's factory default because a DAE error was encountered (error #0)."

    Pro Tools opens up fine. But then again when i try to load EQ 3 1-band from the audiosuite menu i get another error message saying:

    "The AudioSuite plug-in could not be instantiated because DAE is low on memory (error #7053)."

    And again when i try to load EQ 3 7-band, i get yet another error saying:

    "The AudioSuite plug-in could not be instantiated because a DAE error was encountered (error #-7400)."


    I have uninstalling, removing all left out digidesign files, reinstalling and even formatting. But this same error pops up everytime. Can anyone help?
     
  2. mva801

    mva801 Member

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    Well there's one I haven't seen. The duc may be a better place to search for info on this one.

    http://duc.avid.com
     
  3. BLUElightCory

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    Just Google the error numbers and you'll find a bunch of threads about them.
     
  4. theguitarfreak

    theguitarfreak New Metal Member

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    I got a lot of threads at DUC but did not get any solutions to my problem.
     

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