This has been plaguing me for a while...
A month or so ago, whenever I tried rebuilding the QS database, I would get two error messages:
"Couldn't Set NemeType Filter"
"Couldn't Set Drives to Monitor"
Up until now it hadn't been a problem, because these messages started popping up after I had the drives/folders selected the way that I wanted, so even if I couldn't change things the "rebuild" function seemed to include everything that I needed.
On my separate sample drive, I have one folder containing all of my .wav files in various subfolders, and one folder containing all of my .gig files in various subfolders. Up until now, both of those folders (and their respective subfolders) appeared in the QS directory tree window in the lower-left quadrant of my screen.
But things are different today.
After installing the upgrade to 3.20, trying various memory "tweak" settings before settling down to "Preset 4," and installing two updates to my SampleTekk TBO files (which involved using the Giga Editor to replace a total of 94 .wav files within six .gx0_ files), I launched Giga.
Of the two folders I had the QS database "include," using the Advanced options (one filled with .wav files, the other with .gig files), only the audio one was present in the directory tree window. When I tried to rebuild the QS database from within Giga, I got a "database is corrupted" message. I then BSoD'd as I tried to restart my computer.
I have deleted the "db" folder three times, per the "Rebuilding the Database" video on the learngigastudio site.
The first two times, when I subsequently launched Giga, I would get the "rebuild QS database" popup window. Although I could look inside the "Advanced" options to see that the audio- and gig-file folders are both selected, when I click "OK" through everything I get the above two error messages. Then, I click on the "rebuild the database" button...
...I can see the files being loaded into the database, and it is only a few of the .wav files. None of my .gig files are loaded, and the .gig folder does not appear in the directory tree once Giga finishes launching. When I try to rebuild the database, I get a "the database is corrupted -- you must rebuild it"-type message. Both times, I saw a new "db" folder in Windows Explorer, which I re-deleted...
The third time, Giga just froze at the initial "GS3" splashscreen, and I manually shut the computer down after about 10 minutes.
Any idea what's going on?