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Old 11-22-2009, 12:06 PM
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Default Re: PRO TOOLS 8 compatible with WINDOWS 7 someday?

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Maybe I'm crazy, but I find patience easier than beating my head against the wall.......
But it feels so good when you stop!
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~2004 - Dell 4600 P4 3.0GHz, 2.0 GB Ram, XP Home SP3, 80GB HD for System, 120GB HD for Audio BIAB 2009, Pro Tools 8.0, MBox
09/12/2009 - Dell XPS 435T/9000 i7, 6G Ram, Vista 64 Bit 750 G SATA for System, 1TB SATA for Audio, Protools 8.0.1, MBox
10/31/2009 - Win 7 64Bit
MBox /PT not supported under Win7 - I didn't leave PT, PT left me!
11/30/2009 - MBox, REAPER



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