I'm using Sound Forge Audio Cleaning Lab 4 on a Windows 10 system. When I try to use a cleaning tool or a mastering tool I get an "Error while writing noise sample file" message. Any ideas on the cause and cure for the issue,
Thank you. But my C:\Program Files\SOUND FORGE folder had already been excluded in "Virus & threat protection settings: Realtime/Exclusion/Folder", the same folder where SOUND FORGE Audio Cleaning Lab 4 also resides. I did this exclusion way back when "vst scanning technnology" in SFPro14 had issues (I'm using SFPro16 now). Question: do I have to exclude also: C:\ProgramData\SOUND FORGE\SOUND FORGE Audio Cleaning Lab 4?