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Old 04-15-2012, 08:07 AM
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Default Un-installing plug ins

I'm about to upgrade my Classic Compressors bundle to the new AAX version. I am wondering if I should first remove the old versions or will they be over written. And how would I go about uninstalling them? Thanks
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Good question but I would first put them in the unused plugins folders first. !!! Then after AAX is working good u can trash the other format
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