Not real stressed work. Then I get: "Audio processing could not complete due to conflicts with other CPU tasks or a potential clocking issue. Is it a bit of both? Slot #4 below drives CPU set to 16 cores 256 Buffer size 80% CPU 2 video monitors Video out FireWire via ADVC110 No controllers, no other PCIe cards installed. navigate to this website
seems pretty major. Can anyone please help me? Tried to open big film pre-mixes: 5.1 120 tracks, lots of VCA buses e.t.c 20% CPU and very smooth. BTW: I used to have problems with PT HD9 but without HD Native card and interface. Share Quote 15th November 2011 #14 broadscotch Gear maniac Thread Starter official site
In most cases a larger HW buffer size will prevent the problem. (-9129)"DUC forum is crowded of recent reports of this bug, and its source has been difficult to pin point. This is an Intel technology that allows each core to be seen by the OS as two "threads" a.k.a. I was a little hesitant about my jump into native these past few days because of the errors I've been getting.
I initially installed 10 over 9 (as per avid's instructinos) and it's totally great WITH cutting the cores down to 6-8. Just slightly less efficiently. (Better than only using half your physical cores). borntobemild 09-20-2014 01:00 AM by JFreak 8 937 !
Each processor has 8 cores, you get the best performance from pro tools when it does not have to jump between processors. Aae 9129 so, my solution is setting the cores to 6 or 7 out of 16 available cores to choose from. 14 does not work. If you have at least 20% free space on your system drive, and still get these errors, try another Knowledgebase solution. Read More Here so, my solution is setting the cores to 6 or 7 out of 16 available cores to choose from. 14 does not work. Share Quote 16th November 2011 #28
In student's budget 300€ is really really big amount of money, but what can I do.. I really think, especially because it's happening to Ableton users in a similar way, that the "virtual cores" thing is really messing things up. I even opened a session where it wasn't playing through at the highest buffer setting and getting the error dialog box. Kept it there, got the errors.
Lots of conjecture, not a lot of answers at this point. http://www.sweetwater.com/sweetcare/articles/dae-error-9129-9093-increase-decrease-buffer-size-errors/ Scott over on the "here's what HD native" thread says he uses VEP to host VIs with good success Share Quote 16th November 2011 #29 Brian Carter Gear Head Audio Processing Could Not Complete Due To Conflicts With Other Cpu Tasks What kind of machine do you have? Aae 9093 Same applies for Audio and LAN.
permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]BMikasa 1 point2 points3 points 4 years ago(0 children)Did some of these things and I haven't gotten the error yet. useful reference Went to 8 processors in PT (half), and playback was fine. Last Page) Diccer 01-10-2012 01:31 PM by MelissaR 213 20,238 > HD Native - Express Card for Notebook computers Howardk 11-28-2010 03:10 PM by Dism 6 2,464 "A timeout occurred interacting could it be? Share Quote 15th November 2011 #16 broadscotch Gear maniac Thread Starter 1 Review written Yeah, seriously weird right? Aae 9171
CPU still only says 36% at idle. if I wasn't playing I could hear dropouts of audio (silence vs. Installed, updated firmware on the HD Native card. http://bsdupdates.com/pro-tools/pro-tools-8-error-9129.php and I think it was from running the session on the same drive as the Os and perhaps running some VIs , I'll have to fool around with it some more.
I'm SO thankful that broadscotch started this thread. No big deal so far. I just installed my mbox 2 and 7.4 and the first session I created which only contained four 16bit tracks and no plugins gave me multiple errors.
Maybe not. No issues so far. Remove this ad forever by registering! Do the 5.1 sessions have a lot of plugins and automation?
Again, I am very cautious now but I can report it's rock solid so far. Learn more Special Deals! Need Help? get redirected here The "dynamic" distribtuion of processing across 'cores', across physical CPUs.
That could be totally inaccurate technically, but it works for some reason. Quote: Originally Posted by KevWind Another thought for the OP comes to mind , that is are your sessions on a separate HD in the Mac ? Some plugins can't handle hyper-threading and that might be causing the problems. If this occurs often, verify your sync cables or try changing the HW Buffer Size setting in the Playback Engine dialog.
You may also want to look at all the steps in the Win XP/ Pro Tools 6.x General Troubleshooting thread, as something there may help. __________________ Avid Audio Tech Support Help Hwy 30 W Fort Wayne, IN 46818 Get directions Phone Hours 9AM–9PM Monday–Thursday 9AM–8PM Friday 9AM–7PM Saturday (All hours listed are Eastern Time.) Click here for Music Store hours © 2016 Quote: Originally Posted by UnderTow I think what you guys are talking about is HyperThreading. No issue with clock coming from the Brainstorm, everything's kosher there.
hmmmm. Share Quote 15th November 2011 #19 broadscotch Gear maniac Thread Starter 1 Review written No worries. i reiterate pro tools has worked consistently for long periods but the error has returned. Strangely, going to 8 cores (of 16) does the trick. Gotta do some Googlin'.
So I thought, why don't I half this sucker and remove the "virtual cores" all together. Another thought for the OP comes to mind , that is are your sessions on a separate HD in the Mac ? I don't really understand what you're saying about changing the hardware settings to "15 cores, 14 cores" etc. Repairs Contact Tech Support Return Policy Free Shipping Policy Shipping & Delivery Times SweetCare Remote All Help Topics SweetCare Knowledge Base Mac/PC Optimization Pro Tools Resources Creation Station Resources Repairs Contact
We have a Westmere, 8 core. have tried so many different things today, and though they seem to work here and there, the error would always come back. I wonder if I uninstalled both 9 and 10 (or maybe just 10 now) and did a fresh install of 10 if that would work.