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Possibly a Hard Drive crash, can you help identify


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Hi all,

Final Cut Pro X crashed on me when I tried to send my project directly to Compressor and when I reopened it, all my libraries were gone. I opened up the drive I use for FCPX and sure enough, something was funky. It says it has Zero bytes for capacity and under Sharing & Permissions, it says I have no access. I attached a screen shot of the "Get Info" window for the drive. Any thoughts or suggestions?
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Is there some reason you were using a drive formatted to NTFS rather than the Mac OS file system? Tuxera is buggy as it is and I certainly wouldn't trust it on a drive that large. The only driver we recommend is Paragon NTFS. You have no access because normally NTFS is read only without using the proper driver. Something has failed and probably caused corruption on the drive.
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