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Old 07-20-2004, 05:39 AM
Chris Nelson Chris Nelson is offline
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Default MBox move from 10.3 TO 10.2 (reverse order)

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I have an Mbox system working on my IBook running OS 10.3. I have a second computer (Powerbook running 10.1 or 10.2 (need to check) that I'd also like to install ProTools software on and attach my IBook's MBox to it during instances when my IBook is tied up with other things. My ProTools installation CD is for OS 10.3... How can I get access to the program so I can load ProTools on an earlier OS? For various reasons, I need to keep the Powerbook at it's current OS, so upgrading to 10.3 is not an option.

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