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Old 03-04-2007, 06:28 PM
reddbeard reddbeard is offline
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Default Installing Multiple PT versions

I would like to install two different versions of Pro Tools on the same computer. I'm still using the 001 and need 6.4 on my system. Currently I have 6.7 for my MBOX but I want to do some midi work and need the 001.
I don't seem to have an option to choose a folder while installing and the 2nd version always wipes out the previous.
Any Help?
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Old 03-04-2007, 07:07 PM
M.Brane M.Brane is offline
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Default Re: Installing Multiple PT versions

You could partition your boot drive or install a second boot drive. You can't have two different versions installed in the same system.
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