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Old 09-25-2011, 04:14 AM
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Default Pro Tools M-Powered Essential 8.0.3 - Mac OS X Lion compatibility?

Hi dear Pro Tools Essential users.

I have a problem with installing Pro Tools on my MacBook Pro after updating the OS to Lion (10.7.1) When I run the 8.0.3 updater, put in the 8.0.2 DVD, it says:

"This updater requires a valid installation of Pro Tools M-Powered Essential 8.0.2. To perform a full installation, please insert your Pro Tools M-Powered Essential 8.0.2 DVD and relaunch this updater."

Can't seem to find any help regarding this issue, and it frustrates me a lot!

Any help is appreciated,
Thanks!
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