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Old 09-25-2007, 12:35 AM
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Default Bomb Factory Plug-Ins

My Mbox 2 came with an assortment of plug-ins, including Bomb Factory's Cosmonaut Voice, JoeMEEK Bundle, Fairchild Bundle, Classic Compressors Bundle, and many others, but I can't get any of them to actually show up in Pro Tools after installation.

I'm running Pro Tools LE 7.3 with an Mbox 2 on an Intel-based MacBook. Is this a compatibility issue with Intel, or am I missing something?

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Old 09-25-2007, 01:23 AM
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Default Re: Bomb Factory Plug-Ins

You have probably installed updates for optional paid plug-in or other software that was not included with the particular product that you purchased. If you have installed other software, see the page linked from the iLok Authorization Info link on the right side of the Support section:
www.digidesign.com/support

Near the top on that page is a link to this page:
Pop-up Authorization Messages - Trial Licenses - Removing Optional Plug-Ins & Software
http://www.digidesign.com/index.cfm?...4&itemid=19348
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Pop-up Authorization Messages

All Digidesign plug-ins and software that require an additional purchase (and many from third-party developers) require an iLok license for authorization.

When the Pro Tools application is launched, a message will appear for each plug-in or software option that requires iLok authorization if the license for that sofware is not found on an iLok connected to your computer.

Pro Tools installers and installation disks include various installers for optional plug-ins and software in order to allow existing owners of these options to install or update software for which they have licenses.

If you have installed optional plug-ins or software that you did not purchase, and you do not have an iLok license to use these items, you can remove the software using the instructions below. Once you do, the pop-up authorization message will no longer appear during Pro Tools startup. The procedure for removing the expired (demo) software is different depending on the software type and platform. Information on trial licenses is at the bottom of this page...
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