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Could this be one of the advantages of using Vista 64, which is not supported?
Thanks Eddie for the link, I appreciate the help.
I tried the link but the solution didn't help. (Which was basically do a match frame operation.)
I am also trying the trial version of Premiere CS4 to see if that fixes the problem. (I wasn't impressed with Ilustrator CS4 which still crashes a lot so I have been hesistant to upgrade.)
At least this can fix the short term problem... If the solution is CS4, then so be it.
CS4 isn't working either, but it seems to be for a different reason.
First when opening the project, it doesn't have the waveform, but replacing from bin sometimes works.
However, if I used a clip twice in my timeline, but with different in and outs, it seems that if I did a replace from bin, it uses the current in and outs (not the once in teh timeline) so I still can't get the audio back in the timeline without losing my custom levels.
Since this project is so short, I can easily start over, but I am scared to work with a longer project and then lose custom levels.
There should be a simple solution for this, to just reload the audio.
Also, if I double click the clip in the timeline, the clip in the preview is also missing the audio so it seems the clip has just some how lost the audio assoication, even though the bin correctly displays the clip.
There are actually 4 potential fixes in the link Eddie sent, including the possibility that the path to the audio waveforms has been changed. Review the links again.
I was not clear from your note: the timeline plays correctly, right? You just cannot see the waveforms?