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Old 01-29-2012, 07:15 AM
David Topple David Topple is offline
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Default PT10 compatible with old MBP? / Latest 003R+ driver?

I've just had a look at this:


Apparently the oldest 15 inch Core 2 Duo Macbook Pro that's tested and approved for Pro Tools 10 is the 'Santa Rosa' model, introduced mid-2007. Mine is the model previous to that.

Is anybody else running PT10 on a machine like this? If so, can you confirm that it works with no problems?

Also, could somebody with a 003R+ interface or similar, confirm that the latest driver software for that is v90_r3_73509.dmg? I couldn't find anything later, but you never know.

Thanks for any help...
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