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Old 11-27-2022, 06:25 PM
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Default Re: External SSD boot drive for OS and Pro Tools?

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Originally Posted by itsjustmeee123 View Post
Thanks for your help, Darryl. Yeah, I'm aware of the whole CCC legacy bootable option. I just tried my external boot disk and it loads Pro Tools considerably slower because I get the "verifying Pro Tools" message. But it does load. And I also noticed that my Waves plugins weren't available. Looks like I will have to move my Waves licenses to a thumb drive in order for them to function.
Or just try reapplying (or whatever the right term is) the Waves licenses, I suspect it's just being paranoid that it's a whole different system.
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