|Feb 6, 2010, 01:45 PM||#1|
Sign of HDD failure: Logic Studio 9 loop files disappearing?
From time to time, looking for a specific loop, I will type in a partial name and get the obligatory list back. For example, there are over 20 "80s dance bass synth" variants, 24+ "80s pop beat", 6 disco tracks, 17 didgeridoo elements -- I've had to reinstall the whole application because, sometimes, 80s pop #17 or "80s dance bass synth" numbers 1-14 magically disappear.
I've also had to, fairly often, use DiskWarrior to check up the hard drive. Only the main drive is affected; the backup drives never have any errors.
Diskwarrior claims it's able to find all the data, but obviously I cannot believe that.
Should I plonk down $100 and get a replacement hard drive?
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