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Old 10-14-2006, 09:59 AM
BigBoy BigBoy is offline
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Default intel duo core iMac + pro tools 7.11 not launching

Hi everybody,

I have problems getting pro tools le 7.11 to work. It just wouldn't launch. I don't know why.
I am using an iMac intel duo core and I downloaded the 7.11 upgrae for intel-based imacs but it's still not working. Nothing happens when I try to start the software. I have a digi002 rack. But, when I go to System Preferewnces, it says under "others" Digidesign Mbox2 is that what it's supposed to say, shouldn't it be digi002 instead of mbox2?
Maybe I am doing something wrong when I am connecting the digi002 or when installing the software? Do I need to install any drivers for the digi002 rack on an iMac?

Thanks in Advance!
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