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Old 07-17-2011, 02:34 PM
joedexter23 joedexter23 is offline
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Default BFD Eco disabled. Help!

As soon as I bought the new i7 imac and switched over all the data from my old computer to my new one everything works fine with pro tools 8.5 except for my BFD Eco. When I try to run BFD as a plugin or standalone mode i am presented with

"BFD Eco has been disabled because: The license file is corrupt. Please run license manager."

I run license manager and it is clearly reading my BFD and says status is "ok".

When I click either option is asks me to select an authorization file but I have no idea what that looks like or what it is called or where to find it! Please help!
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