Hello! I am trying to get Logic 5.4 to run on my new Intel iMac with the use of Rosetta. My Intel iMac doesn't recognize the old, blue dongle from eMagic, but I was wondering if a white dongle (the ones Apple would provide to replace the blue eMagic one during the takeover of Logic). I have upgraded to Logic 6, 7 and 8 since then, but Apple didn't replace the dongle. Does anyone have the white dongle from Apple, and know if it can be recognized to open older PowerPC versions of Logic under Snow Leopard? For a little background on why Logic 5.4 is such a missing link to me, check my last thread (that was locked): http://www.logic-users-group.com/forums/showthread.php?p=28896#post28896 If anyone has the white, Apple dongle and some time to spare, I could get you the installer for Logic 5.4 (of course, it would be useless if your dongle isn't authorized to use it!). Hmm . . . I just tried to launch Logic 6 and Logic 7 with my blue, magic dongle and they launched without a problem on my Intel iMac. It's frustrating that when I try to launch Logic 5, i get the message 'Emagic XSKey not found,' especially since the same dongle launches Logic 5, 6, and 7 on my PowerPC. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks for your time! P.S. sure, I could pick up another G5, but it should would be amazing to work all within one box. Not to mention that I am not looking forward to another seemingly inevitable G5 failure. Thanks!