Wolfgang, thank you for th

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Wolfgang, thank you for the suggestions. I am still crashing. I have rechecked and have the latest drivers for the graphics card, the latest BIOS, etc. There does not appear to be a conflict with AVID and the graphics card. I did find an excellent discussion by Hajin Lim of the AVID Technology Mountain View Office on the Pinnacle Forum at

http://forums.pinnaclesys.com/forums/post/497060.aspx

who suggested (among other things) adjusting the computer for best performance. That seemed to have the greatest impact on the CPU, however, I still crashed.

I am not familiar with your reference to cache and RAM preferences in Avid Studio. If you could go into detail on that a bit it would be appreciated. I do have render while play set to off; background playback disabled; and, quality set to fastest playback – if that is what you were refering to. Thanks again.

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