Adam D Posted September 24, 2011 Share Posted September 24, 2011 So yes, logic does strange things on my computer. (my computer works perfectly with every other program btw, including final cut express... if that matters.) Anyway, it all seems to trace back to the fact that logic randomly asks me to enter my product serial number, even though I have already done so dozens of times. Here is a link to a discussion on a different forum that I don't participate in... but it totally describes my problem. http://www.logic-users-group.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3255 So, today was my 5th time on the phone with apple about this. We have now tried everything. They told me that it could be my logic board but that we should first do a clean instal of snow leopard. (did a clean install of logic yesterday and updated it... again. didn't fix the problem.) So I prepared my computer. Backed everything up. Backed up my backups. Good to go. Put in the snow leopard DVD, tried to boot from the DVD as they told me to do... and guess what? My computer won't boot from the snow leopard DVD. (10.6 not 10.6.1 or 2 fyi) Turns out that is a known problem and that apple would have to send me another snow leopard DVD (or maybe I could borrow one from a friend?) that is a later release. OMFG dear Liza, there's a hole in my bucket. So one last idea I had... maybe a bad one... can I do a clean install of LION? Is logic compatible (like for real) with Lion? I saw that some people download lion and then make a disc from the install. I could update my iMac (family computer) with Lion, make the install disc and do a clean install on my MPB? Help. Anybody? What do I do? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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