It is happening when I shut down the avid. I have not had a session yet but I am afraid when I do this will cause a problem
I upgrade to 4.5 from 3.0
HELP!!!!!!! I'm scared!!!!!
Fear NOT my friend! Apparently this .dll is an anomaly associated with Pro Tools & WinVista. Try this link and see if your problem is solved.
What is that? That is not a solution explain
looks like some virus download plus you want me to pay on paypal.
what is the solution?
There is no reason to be afraid. It is indeed a digidesign dll file. Maybe now your audiosuite plugin does not work properly but you can open a project. Maybe de-install everything and give it another try.
Aw SHUCKS! ...and just when I thought I could pick up a few bucks selling you a dll...RATS!!LOL!!!!
I have seen this.
After Pro Tools installation it seems that some dll's are deleted or so.
You have to install it one by one to fix this.
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It may be that you installed the iLok driver prior to installing Quicktime. Various problems crop up when this sequence of installation is used. Try repairing or reinstalling Quicktime, then unistall the iLok drivers, restart the computer, and reinstall the iLok drivers.
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