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    Parsing error?

    I've finaly just loaded a new drive to handle the Yamaha C7 I got in the Vintaudio group buy a while back. But, I keep getting this error when its 99% loaded:

    ERROR parsing input file at line 32919
    <parse error>.
    The loaded patch might be corrupt.

    Can you help me out? What does this mean? I've reloaded, but still get the error.
    The drive that its on is a slave, but I fail to see how that can really influence the .dll (kontakt) on the master drive.




    meeks

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    Re: Parsing error?

    I must say that Franky was on top of this and sent me an email within a couple. Great customer care! It feels good to deal with caring people.

    But, still don't understand what a "parse error" is?

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    Re: Parsing error?

    Hey I got that same group buy (I should have demo on there page too)
    anywayz did you get the C7 Grand Group buy for Kontakt format on DVD?
    All I can Say is...HA!...HA!...HAAAAAAA!!!!!

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    ahh never mind LOL!
    All I can Say is...HA!...HA!...HAAAAAAA!!!!!

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    Re: Parsing error?

    Quote Originally Posted by meeks
    I've finaly just loaded a new drive to handle the Yamaha C7 I got in the Vintaudio group buy a while back. But, I keep getting this error when its 99% loaded:

    ERROR parsing input file at line 32919
    <parse error>.
    The loaded patch might be corrupt.

    Can you help me out? What does this mean? I've reloaded, but still get the error.
    The drive that its on is a slave, but I fail to see how that can really influence the .dll (kontakt) on the master drive.

    meeks
    Usually, this error occurs when you run out of RAM.

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