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Old 2012-09-21, 19:55
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Reason 6.5 slow loading times

Hey guys, I just had a quick question. I have been a Reason user since 3.0 and absolutely love Reason. Now, the problem (or really I should say nuisance) is that when I load a reason song and I go in to load an instrument, effect, or new patch the loading time takes quite some time. For instance, lets say I open a fresh track up with nothing in the rack. Then I "Create Instrument" -> Thor. Then I click on the patch button to go look for a patch in my refill archives. Nearly every time I do that it will take me about a minute for me to even make a selection. I don't know exactly why that is and it's been doing this to me since about version 5.

My computer is not a slow problem (however it could be hard drive space related, I don't know lol.) But I am running a Windows 7 64 bit professional machine, with an intel i7 quad core 3.4 ghz processor with 16 gigs of ram at 1200 mhz with 3 tb's of hard drive space. Can any one help guide me to my problem so I could speed my work flow up a bit?

(here is my dxdiag as an attachment.)
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