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Logic 8 Apple Logic Pro App Kit

Discussion in 'Logic 8' started by Howie Roxx, Jul 29, 2009.

  1. Howie Roxx

    Howie Roxx Member

    Hey Guys,

    I installed this update (Apple Logic Pro App Kit) on my MAC BOOK PRO 2.33 running Logic Studio 8 on Tiger OSX 10.4.11.

    DOH!!! I now realize that it was for Leopard 10.5 and above. DARN!

    Neither Logic 8 or any applications associated with Logic 8 will not open (nothing).

    How can I uninstall this application, the Apple Pro App Kit 5.0

    New Pro Application kit which pertains to Logic Pro

    http://support. apple.com/ downloads/ ProKit_5_ 0

    Anyone had the same experience? OR Am I the ONLY stupid user on this group?

    Howard :brkwl:

    "I know it's ONLY Rock and Roll... but I like it!" ~H~
  3. Howie Roxx

    Howie Roxx Member

    I did what someone suggested and found a link to a previous version, Pro Kit 4.5. http://support. apple.com/ downloads/ ProKit_4_ 5 for Tiger OSX

    I won't let me install the patch. It says:

    "ALERT" Your computer does not need this update."

    If I could find out how to uninstall Prokit 5.0 That MAY allow me to install Prokit 4.5.

    Unfortunately I do not know how to go about doing that without a further catastrophe.

    What do you guys think?

    Howie :confused:
  4. Markdvc

    Markdvc Administrator Staff Member

    Have you a system back up you can revert to? Obviously not time machine if you are still on tiger, but a ccc or super duper clone could be quite useful?

    If you can't get rid of it, a fresh install or upgrading to leopard may be the only options left to you.

    kind regards

  5. Howie Roxx

    Howie Roxx Member

    Y I K E S!

    I was hoping to wait do a fresh install with 'Snow Leopard' and skip 'Leopard'.

    Maybe someone else has another idea. I hope, I hope......

    Thanks for the posting,

  6. Markdvc

    Markdvc Administrator Staff Member

    Fair point - but you could consider doing a fresh tiger install now, then updating that to Snow leopard when it is available.

    kind regards

  7. Howie Roxx

    Howie Roxx Member

    Yes,,, that is an option and I may have to break down and do that.

    Thanks for the support and valuable experience.


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