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Old 04-29-2013, 09:36 AM
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Default Re: PT11HD software only now/HD hardware LATER?

PBS, you are correct in everything you just said in your last post, and in fact this works the same way with HD Native (that you can open the software with other interfaces and it shows "HD" but functions as PT + CPTK).

As far as your previous post, I still may not totally understand, but if someone has an HD license, regardless of how they got it, they could run it with any HD hardware. So if they got a used card and used HD interface, they could use it with their HD license and software and run a perfectly fine HD system.
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