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Old 05-29-2011, 05:14 PM
ryanjantz ryanjantz is offline
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Default Updating Pro Tools and Mbox from Windows XP to Windows 7

I have got the original MBox with an old Pro Tools 5.3 version that I have had installed on my Windows XP computer and used for years and years. I recently got a new laptop with Windows 7 and I tried to Install Pro Tools from the disk and says I must have Windows XP. It is an old version of Pro Tools, I know, but it is all I need and I don't need or want to buy anything new. Is there any way I can the get or download software with the license that I have that will work for Windows 7??
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