Remote Vision Posted March 28 Share Posted March 28 (edited) Hi all. I recently upgraded from MacOS Catalina to Ventura, and did a round of app updates, including Logic. Now Logic will not boot properly and is acting very odd. Here's the behavior: If I launch Logic, either from the Dock or the App folder, the little "active" dot under the icon in the Dock appears and the Logic menu bar appears, but that's it. It doesn't even get to the loading screen. If I go up to the menu bar, and, for example, try to open a project or do a new project, the loading splash screen suddenly appears like it's been stuck in mid-boot. If I open a project with audio, I can get it to play, but the screen does not update at all until I click somewhere. Then it "updates" but it's still frozen: playback head, transport info, meters, etc. Here's what I've tried: Removing all third-party component AU plugins Trash AU cache Trashing Logic's Prefs Booted computer in "guest" mode Deleted Logic app and reinstalled from App Store Disabled all Login Items (iLok, etc.) Reinstalled latest audio drivers (Focusrite Clarett) I also tried booting logic with the control key held down, and some of the other options, including shift-control and option, but they don't seem to do anything. Not sure what else I can try. I see by way of google that the "Logic 10.77 + Ventura not booting" is a thing, but none of the reported fixes do anything. I'm a mastering engineer and have been using Logic & Macs for ages, and this one has me stumped. Any thoughts? Everything Logic-wise was working fine w/ Catalina. Ventura, in general, seems... not great, but it's what I've got now. Any help? Edited March 29 by Remote Vision Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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