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Old 12-10-2017, 12:50 AM
OdedV OdedV is offline
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Default Technical question: Installing Pro Tools SE with Windows 10

Hello all,
I have a MobilePre AI and with it came a free version of ProTools SE 8.0.3.

I tried to install it on Windows 10, but during the installation there was a message about a security driver needed. I continued the installation.

When I try to run the software I get a message (attached):
This software requires installation of the InterLok(R) device drivers...... download the latest installer from www.paceap.com

I cannot find any downloads in this site, and I cannot run the software.

Any solution?
Thanks
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