Live is crashing. What should I do now?
- Liveバージョン: ALL
- オペレーティングシステム: ALL
Live crashes while using it, but I can open it afterwards and keep on working
Make sure Live is up to date. Under Preferences→Licenses Maintenance, verify that "Get Software Updates" is active.
You can also manually download the latest version by either clicking on Help→Check for Updates in Live or by accessing your Ableton User Account.
Make also sure that the following third-party software and drivers are up to date as well:
- Operating System
- Audio interface drivers
- MIDI controller drivers
When restarting Live after a crash, Live automatically displays a Crash Lesson; there you will find instructions for reporting the crash to the Ableton Technical Support. When reporting the crash, feel free to include in your email further details about how the crash happened or which operation seemed to have prompted the crash.
Live crashes during start-up (does not start)
A number of issues might prevent Live from starting. Please read this dedicated article to find out which might be the cause.
Out of memory issues
When working with the 32-bit version of Live, the program will crash with an "Out of Memory" error while working or loading a Live Set if the limit of 4GB memory is reached.
Find here more information on Memory-related crashes.
In order to recover your set and to prevent these kinds of crashes please read this article about RAM limitations.
Using the 64-bit version will bypass this problem. Please refer to this guide to find out more about the benefits and limitations of using Live 64-bit.
Live is crashing while Quitting or Saving
- Please update your audio and MIDI drivers
- Try selecting a different audio interface (i.e. your built-in audio card) under Preferences→Audio and see if this solves the problem.
- Make sure that all your VST and AU plug-ins are up to date.