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Old 04-16-2005, 04:52 PM
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Default Can\'t access Hardware Setup Dialog???

Hi, I'm running Le 6.7 on dual G5 1.8 - OS 10.3.7 and recently purchased Reason upgrade and Recycle. In order to use Recycle I need to configure the digidesign Coreaudio HW setup but I can't get to that window. I have no clients running and I need to be able to add supported applications. Any ideas on what is preventing me from opening the Hardware setup dialog?

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