Currently Being ModeratedMay 17, 2012 12:29 PM (in response to firstname.lastname@example.org)
64-bit Logic does not require the Mac kernel to be running at 64 bit to have full access to the 64-bit OS.
Under "Get Info" for the Logic app you have Logic running in 64-bits, correct?
If you are already using Logic in 64-bit mode try this:
Using "get info" set Logic to open in 32 bit, Let it validate all the plugins, close Logic, set it back to opening in 64-bit.
I doubt if there is or will be any EFI updates for older machines.
Thank you, that was the first thing that I tried and it didn't work (normally it would). I also tried holding down 4 6 as I booted up and that failed too. I wondering how others are fairing with the Waves 64 bit upgrade in Logic w/ a slightly older Mac Pro?
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