Schnarflix Posted October 3, 2011 Share Posted October 3, 2011 Hello. A bit behind the times, but I recently overhauled my setup which included updating from Leopard to Snow Leopard 10.6.8 32 bit (I run an Intel G5 2.8 Dual Quad Core with 8 GB RAM). At the time I was still running Logic Pro 8, and immediately upon upgrading my OS I began experiencing troubles -- freezing, frequent unexpected crashes, etc. Any time I give Logic something processor-intensive to do, my screen will "flash" a lighter color and the program crashes. I thought upgrading Logic would change my luck, so I got Logic Pro 9.1.1, then upgraded to 9.1.3 and finally 9.1.5. Regardless, things remain exactly the same. Logic is extraordinarily unstable and I am left with the inability to make much productive use of the program. I can work fine with most plug-ins and software instruments, but any time I attempt to bounce a track or, KEY here, adjust my input / output in Preferences > Audio, Logic crashes. Because of this I am unable to select my interface for physical recording. I am using an M-Audio Fast Track Pro, and have downloaded the latest driver for OS X 10.6.8. I have repeatedly attempted to uninstall / reinstall the driver for this interface to no avail. So...anyone have any ideas? It's really cramping my ability to work or share my work with co-writers..... Thanks for your time. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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