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    Question new update (10.3.4) & pro tools

    any word on the new update (osx 10.3.4) and pro tools?
    im running PT(6.2.2) with an 002 (FW)
    sound like a few changes in the update, the firewire one concerns me...
    im sure it will be fine, but i wanted to check before i downloaded it.
    better safe than sorry.
    greg2

    Key enhancements include:

    improved file sharing and directory services for Mac (AFP), UNIX (NFS), PPTP, and wireless networks

    improved OpenGL technology and updated ATI and NVIDIA graphics drivers

    improved disc burning and recording functionality

    iPods connected via USB 2.0 are now recognized by iTunes and iSync

    additional FireWire audio and USB device compatibility

    updated Address Book, Mail, Safari, Stickies, and QuickTime applications

    improved compatibility for third party applications

    previous standalone security updates

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    actually im running Pro tools 6.4 now...
    has any one done the upgrade then used the 002?
    greg2

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    Whether you get anyone to answer this or not, you can always do a clone of your present OS install to test on. I do that every last bloomin time I upgrade an OS install. That way I find out what I broke with the upgrade and can always switch back while I figure a workaround. If you save a copy of your present system you can always revert back. You should have a backup of it anyway, now's a good time.

    Rick
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    thanks...always good advice...i do back up's every two weeks or so...

    i guess im not looking for an immediate answer, i can wait to do the install,
    to see if anyone runs into any problems at all.
    thanks

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    http://digidesign.com/

    >support>user conference has some encouraging posts about this.
    "illegitimis non carborundum"

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    yeah,
    sum interesting stuff...still no clear approval from digi...
    i mean they say the upgrade directly effect's firewire,(But what exactly?) so in that regard im waiting.
    im sure if i did the upgrade it would be fine, but if sumpin pops up in the middle of a session...thats no es bueno...
    patient pro tools user,
    greg2

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    Thumbs up

    so i did the update (10.3.4) on my powerbook (1.33 Ghz) ...all seems well.
    no glitches, record, playback, and audio passing through just dandy.
    i'll give it a couple o more weeks before i update the other mac.
    greg2

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