A Document error has occurred

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I got this error message using Final Cut Pro and tried to open a containing document under Mac Operating System. I have tried to solve this issue using different forums but could not resolve this problem. I hope you can suggest me better. Thanks for any help.

/volumes/untitled/final cut events/pics for medley is already open with the same identifies as/ users/sippo/movies/final cut events/pics for medley, so the second document cannot be opened.

Move one of these document out of your Final Cut Events folder. To avoid this problem, copy events from within Final Cut Pro

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A Document error has occurred



To resolve that problem follow this little guide

1) Choose Final Cut Pro

2) User Preferences.

3) In the General tab, deselect the "Report dropped frames during playback" checkbox.

Check your HDD. In some cases it can had bad sectors what will cause errors in work of Apple Mac OS-X. If your hard disk is extremely fragmented or damaged, or if your RAID or network-based storage contains a bad hard disk or is not configured correctly, Final Cut Pro will have problems working.

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