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RE: Snap, Crackle, Pop - VST Effect & Sound Card Problems

Title: RE: Snap, Crackle, Pop - VST Effect & Sound Card Problems

>>If you want to make laptop work: Get rid of piecemeal systems and go max/msp.<<

well, while we're handing out free advice.... :-)
whatever platform, o/s & applications you end up with, don't play buckaroo with it! when it's stable, leave it alone, & for heaven's sake, make y'rself some sort of restore disc. ghost the bugger. clone the entire drive before it gets cluttered up with media or goes anywhere near a network connection. the quickest way to break any computer is to introduce it to another computer.

this, by the way, lands squarely in the category "do as I say, not as I do".



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