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Old 09-12-2019, 06:50 PM
mjbarry mjbarry is offline
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Default Re: Upgrade to SSD drive with PT 10?

Hope you guys see this.

I got my Glyph Studio drive back from Glyph after having them repair the Firewire ports, and I'm daisy-chaining the Mbox Pro 3 to the Glyph to the iMac. The computer sees everything, so I've got a question before I move forward.

What is the best OS to use on the iMac for the last version of Pro Tools 10? What is the most stable combination of MacOS and PT 10? I tried to install PT 10 onto 10.11.6 and the PT installer said it needed at least 10.7 to install correctly.

PC - i7 3Ghz, 12 GB RAM, TI 1394 card, Windows 7 Pro 64 bit.
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Pro Tools Win - 10.3.9
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