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Not quite sure where to post this query, since it’s not entirely Logic related.

 

For the past couple months, every time I do an OS update and restart, my IMac starts Logic automatically.

Periodically, I do a reset of SMC or PRAM reset and it will happen then also.

I’ve looked in the “startup items” folder and it is empty.

 

Any ideas where to look to stop this? Not a big problem, but I’d like it to stop.

Tanks.

LPX 10.6.3

iMac 3.4 GHz i5, (late2013) 24 gig ram

OS 10.15.7 (Catalina)

RME ff800

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If you do the software update while Logic Pro is open the restarts of the machine will eventually wind you up with Logic Pro still open.

 

Quit Logic Pro before you start the update.

Logic Pro X 10.6.3, Logic Pro 10.7.0

OS X 10.15.7, macOS 12.0.1

iMac19,1 27" - 3.6 GHz Intel 8 Core i9 - 40GB memory -

MacBook Pro M1Pro 14" - 16GB memory - 10 core - 16 GPU - 1TB SSD)

Behringer XR18 - iPad Air (4th gen) - LaunchKey 37 mk3 - LaunchPad X - ioStation 24c

Logic Pro Command of the Day

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Right-click on the icon in the toolbar and, under "options," see if Open at Login is checked.

 

Looked there - “Open at login” was not checked. I checked it, then unchecked it / shut down the computer without any programs running. Half hour later, powered up and my computer launched Logic again!

Thanks, anyway.

 

facej - I never have anything running when I do OS updates, Logic updates, or any updates.

Thanks for the heads up tho.

LPX 10.6.3

iMac 3.4 GHz i5, (late2013) 24 gig ram

OS 10.15.7 (Catalina)

RME ff800

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