Error Writing Target Family To File?

whoareyou

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My AV System  
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Benchmark AHB2
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ATI AT525NC
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JRiver
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Exasound E38
Front Speakers
Psb synchrony one
Center Channel Speaker
PSB synchrony one C
Surround Speakers
Revel m105
Anyone know what this error means? Program GPF's after encountering the error.
So far, the error only seems to occur when generating filters from one particular target (it is a multi-target).
 

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whoareyou

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My AV System  
Main Amp
Benchmark AHB2
Additional Amp
ATI AT525NC
Computer Audio
JRiver
DAC
Exasound E38
Front Speakers
Psb synchrony one
Center Channel Speaker
PSB synchrony one C
Surround Speakers
Revel m105
Never mind for now. It seems to be working once again. Thanks
 

juicehifi

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Glad you got rid ov it. This looks like a bug that takes something special to surface. If you're able to bring it back I would like to look at your target file. Also, different sample rates may play a part here. If you e.g. were reworking an old target made at 44.1 kHz and now had a measurement open with a different sample rate.
 

whoareyou

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My AV System  
Main Amp
Benchmark AHB2
Additional Amp
ATI AT525NC
Computer Audio
JRiver
DAC
Exasound E38
Front Speakers
Psb synchrony one
Center Channel Speaker
PSB synchrony one C
Surround Speakers
Revel m105
The attached zip file has the target file. It has two additional targets for my 2 side speakers for high end roll-off. In my case I generate corrections with all rates from 44.1 -> 352.8.
In my case the default rate of 48khz worked, but other rates generated the error.

A bit more information...
I was writing out the corrections to a network drive and probably generated a. couple hundred files before I hit the error.
I fixed this by writing files to local drive, so I thought there was just something related to my network.

Also, different sample rates may play a part here.
.... but since my default rate of 48khz saves properly, your comment makes me think this is the odd bug you mention.
 

juicehifi

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Did you forget to attach the zip? Could you perhaps mail it to me?
 

whoareyou

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My AV System  
Main Amp
Benchmark AHB2
Additional Amp
ATI AT525NC
Computer Audio
JRiver
DAC
Exasound E38
Front Speakers
Psb synchrony one
Center Channel Speaker
PSB synchrony one C
Surround Speakers
Revel m105
first post of this thread. I'll send e-mail just in case
 

juicehifi

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I didn’t See any problems with the target file here. But this was anyway helpful in case it turns up later.
 

whoareyou

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My AV System  
Main Amp
Benchmark AHB2
Additional Amp
ATI AT525NC
Computer Audio
JRiver
DAC
Exasound E38
Front Speakers
Psb synchrony one
Center Channel Speaker
PSB synchrony one C
Surround Speakers
Revel m105
Thanks.
Weird how this worked perfectly, until it just mysteriously refused to complete process.
When I get chance, I will once again test with network drive.
Permissions seem fine for the drive so perhaps Windows defender started blocking AL process from writing to drive for some reason.
If I can duplicate issue, I'll let you know.
 
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