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hissongprod@gmail.com 07-18-2014 02:33 PM

Pro Tools LE software for my Mbox2 mini

I'm about at the end of my rope with Pro Tools. I bought a MBox 2 Mini, around 2009 to use on my Macbook pro. It came with OSX10.6.8 installed It came bundled with a substantial amount of software including PT LE 7.x?. I was supposed to get a free PT LE upgrade as well. Never could make it work. By the way I've been in A/V production for almost 30 years. Long story short, I gave up on my PT LE nightmare after 30+ hours of talking to DigiDesign CS etc... to no avail.

Now what? I'm back... I've tried OSX 10.3.9 etc... Now all I want is the Software that was supposed to work with my lonely Mbox2 mini. I've got a OSX10.6.8 and a OSX10.9.3 partition on my newer MacBook pro, Intel 2.53 dual core machine.

How can I obtain the 8.0.3 version of PT LE. I realize I have to be at 8.0.5 for OSX10.6.8. I am hoping to run Mavericks at some point, but I'll settle for getting PT LE to work on 10.6.8. Yes... I understand I can download the software, but with no activation codes for the software or the ignition pack that was included in my original purchase. I'm dead in the water. I have no intention of spending another dime on this effort. I have no activation codes, except for the original bundled software. Those don't work because I used them when I originally bought the device.

How do I accomplish this? Can anyone help? Please!

Phil Ogden 07-18-2014 04:52 PM

Re: Pro Tools LE software for my Mbox2 mini
If you registered your software (with Digidesign now Avid), then the code and download should be available online in your account.

If you were eligible for a free 'amnesty' upgrade to v8, then you may find that there also though you might have needed to first register this for it to appear in your account.

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