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Old 09-24-2013, 03:00 PM
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Default Transferring Pro Tools

I recently bought a Mac Book Pro and has my Pro Tools 10 Express previously installed on a PC. I was able to install the Pro Tools software on the Mac and have the iLok and MBox Mini 3 plugged, but everytime I try and open Pro Tools it says, "unable to locate hardware". I also tried looking for the software for the actual MBox but haven't been able to locate that either. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'm about a step away from being able to finally utilize this Pro Tools, I just need help figuring out what it is I am missing.
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I recently bought a Mac Book Pro and has my Pro Tools 10 Express previously installed on a PC. I was able to install the Pro Tools software on the Mac and have the iLok and MBox Mini 3 plugged, but everytime I try and open Pro Tools it says, "unable to locate hardware". I also tried looking for the software for the actual MBox but haven't been able to locate that either. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I'm about a step away from being able to finally utilize this Pro Tools, I just need help figuring out what it is I am missing.
Hi,

Drivers can be found here...
http://avid.force.com/pkb/articles/e...nload/en379411

Have you installed the ilok software?


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Hi Chris,
Thank you for the link and no all I have installed is the iLok Licenses Manager. I got the MBox hardware installed it fixed that error message now Pro Tools is saying "unable to set sample rate" so I'm currently trying to figure out that issue. If you could help me out with that as well I would greatly appreciate it.
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