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automating warning screen "Ok" button clicks?

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    Sort of an obscure question. But I have been using a virtual instrument program, East/West Symphonic Orchestra to be exact, and even though I have a 64-bit OS and 4GB of RAM, with plenty of it free, whenever I try to load up even the smallest samples I am met with a "Low Memory! Are you sure you want to proceed loading?" message.

    In the past, when I was using the program as a standalone, it wasn't too much of a bother to hit "OK" or whatever the button says (can't believe that i'd forget with how many times I've seen it :p) and load up the sample. Now that I am using it as a VST plugin in Sonar however, it has become a real issue. The warning screen window pops up BEHIND the Kompakt plugin window in Sonar, and i can't see it to click on the button. I can't alt-tab to it, and I can't minimize or even close the plugin window until that now-hidden button has been pushed. This forces me to have to kill the whole process via task manager. So, needless to say, I can't get any work done. :banghead:

    I've tried asking on the official sites forums, but have only got generic, stupid answers like "make sure your software is up to date" and "try enabling disk-streaming", and none of them work. I was wondering if there's some way to either block/disable this error message from coming up, or to make it automatically close out when it does. I have not clue how to go about it if there is.
     
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