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Old 10-22-2014, 12:31 AM
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Default Re: Manually uninstall 10.3.8 from Mavericks

In case this helps, from the Knowledge Base:
How to manually uninstall Pro Tools 10 and Pro Tools Express on Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9.x
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Old 01-16-2015, 05:08 PM
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Default Re: Manually uninstall 10.3.8 from Mavericks

Actually its about time Avid sends a developer to write an uninstaller for this uninstall process, its not that much work, really.
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Default Re: Manually uninstall 10.3.8 from Mavericks

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Actually its about time Avid sends a developer to write an uninstaller for this uninstall process, its not that much work, really.

While I think that is a good idea (imagine that Oli)

I bet avid now has some insane company rule that says no working on software projects that we have officially abandoned

$20 says its so
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Default Re: Manually uninstall 10.3.8 from Mavericks

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I bet avid now has some insane company rule that says no working on software projects that we have officially abandoned
No insane rules needed. I understand that they want to move on but writing such an uninstaller is not much work really, maybe an hour or 2. I can only speak for Mac, it may be more difficult for Windows machines.

If I find the time I will write one for Mac and offer it for a small fee to be donated for charity or so....
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