Hi Steve,

This was probably the most important part of my recent post:

"Make sure that:
Your record drive is separate from your boot drive. Your record drive should
also be internal: IDE or SATA and preferably connected directly to the

Recording to your "C" drive (or boot drive)from a DAW is not recommended on any
platform because the OS has to read from & update the software from the same
drive it is recording to. The result can be lost data in the recording, system
crashes or worse, damage to your OS rendering everything unrecoverable.

A word to the wise......


Corey Bailey

Quoting Steven Smolian <[log in to unmask]>:

> Hello, Peter,
> My Temporary files and record folder reads,
> "C:\Documents and settings\owner\Local Settings\Applications Data".  If 
> there is anything past this, I can't get it to show it to me.  It shows 14.8
> gigabytes "in selected folder" which should be sufficient.
> I'm wring to drive G which is an external 1 terabyte drive, functioning 
> normally.  That's the one that's about 8% full.
> My untutored guess is that some cache is not discharging, even when I 
> reboot.
> Steve
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Peter Alyea" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Monday, November 30, 2009 8:30 PM
> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Soundforge
> If you look at the path under "temporary files and record folder" on the 
> "general" tab inside of preferences, is the path pointing to the drive that 
> is 8% full?
> Peter
> >>> Steven Smolian <[log in to unmask]> 11/30/09 5:49 PM >>>
> I'm using SF 10.
> It is now not saving a soundfile in 96/24 that is only 26:40 long.  This is 
> half of a longer file, copied to a new file.  It quit at 96% but says it's 
> still trying.  It's been saving 30-40 minute files with no problem.  The 
> drive to which it is saving is about 8% full.
> What's going on?
> Steve Smolian