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Old 01-22-2009, 05:25 PM
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Unhappy Re-Installing older version...!!!!!

So...after upgrading to 7.4 for my M-BOX...I realized I lost a lot of critical plug-ins (T-Racks Mastering Suite). Wanting to finish some existing projects before moving forward with 7.4....I got rid of my upgrade and attempted to RE-LOAD 6.1 to re-gain my old plug-ins and finish some old work!

My Old Pro-Tools 6.1 appears to Install properly..however...when I try to Open Pro-Tools..I get this error message:

The Application "Pro Tools" could not be launched because of a shared library error: "4<Pro tools PPC dbg><Pro tools PPC dbg><DAE><FreeFic>"


help? anyone???? Bueller???..........

stumped...

BT
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