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X Sure Crashes a lot.

Discussion in 'Logic Pro X' started by OldMacTech, Apr 18, 2014.

  1. OldMacTech

    OldMacTech Member

    Had a session open for a couple of hours yesterday and left Logic X open on the desktop with no file active. I went to open an existing project and got a message that said something to the affect "Logic Pro X is not found on this computer or is corrupted" and "you will need to download it again from the Apple Store" something like that. Tried it again, same message. This is a 100% legit, paid for App.

    Re-booted the computer -i5 Mini, 8GB RAM, 750GBHD-decent specs for Logic.

    Luckily the re-boot was successful but over the last 24hrs, I have had freezes and the "spinning beach ball of death" several times and have had to re-boot. Luckily, the emergency file copy works (mostly) but something is amiss-could be my hardware I suppose?

    I ran the disk repair stuff and today, no crashes so may the HD is acting up.

    Just wondering if anyone else is having crashes?

    JB
     
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  3. Doug Zangar

    Doug Zangar Senior member

    Logic Pro X, while buggy, isn't too crash prone, at least since the 10.0.1 update. I don't think many users are experiencing regular crashes, or you'd see a lot of posts to that affect. Could be hard drive (you do have 10 - 20 % free space, don't you?), could be you need to re-install Logic.
     
  4. OldMacTech

    OldMacTech Member

    Thanks for the reply

    Yes, plenty of HD headroom-
    After running disk repair, crashed again shortly after.

    I guess I will try the download again strategy.

    Jb
     
  5. Eli

    Eli Senior member

    Is it possible your drive is spinning down? Check your Energy Saver settings in the System Preferences.
     

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  6. OldMacTech

    OldMacTech Member

    Great tip, will try-thanks.
     
  7. gdoubleyou

    gdoubleyou Senior member

    What you describe sounds like system drive issues.

    Backup your system drive, then attempt to repair your system drive, with the Disk Utility.

    :thmbup:
     
  8. OldMacTech

    OldMacTech Member

    Thanks, did that already - and turned off Time Machine, and unchecked the HD to sleep preference- combined, seems to have helped- fingers crossed.

    Thnx.
    Jb
     
  9. gdoubleyou

    gdoubleyou Senior member

    I use Carbon Copy Cloner to make bootable backups of my system.

    If my system drive fails, I connect the backup and continue working.

    :cool:
     

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