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    Pro Tools 10: Unable to Save As or Save Copy In

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    Hello All, My Pro Tools version 10 no longer saves correctly.
    No Save As or Save Copy in. Dialog Box reads:
    Could not Save As ("title of session")
    because you do not have appropriate
    access privileges (-5000) while opening

    Have not found a fix yet.

    Any ideas anyone?

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    Did you add something that's messing with the ilock? Something had to have been added or changed.

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    Have you cleared the preferences?

    Have you changed the drive location you normally use as a save?

    •Go to Macintosh HD > Library > Application Support > Avid and delete the Databases folder. •Tip from Avid: When using Pro Tools HD or Complete Production Toolkit, make sure to backup the Catalogs folder first!

    •Go to your User folder and select Library (on Mac OS X 10.7 and up, click on the Go menu, hold the Option key and click Library). •Go to the Preferences folder and delete the following items: •com.digidesign.ProTools.plist
    •DAE Prefs
    •Pro Tools Prefs

    •Empty your trash, then restart your computer.

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