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General Error 34 in Final Cut Pro

This is great tip that was given by Geniusdv Instructor/Owner John Lynn in the GDV Support Forums to a person who was getting a General Error 34 alert while attempting to use Final Cut Pro.

"34 errors almost always refer to a corrupt directory or drive partition. I reccomend running Disk Warrior made by Alsoft to see if you can correct the problem. You can also try running, disk first aid in your utilities folder. If this doesn't fix the problem then, "change your scratch disk location to a different drive, and-or a different folder... see if you get the same error. 34 errors are VERY bad and usually indicate there is a bad section on the hard-drive."

John Lynn.

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