510 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Apr 11, 2007 11:40 AM by Cassidy Knight
To my mind comes two thoughts.
a. There are several serial no.
- one that came with You first purchase
- one that came with the updates.
It is important to enter the right one
b. My FCP didn't just want the serial no. but all three lines to be entered
and they have (I think !! I !!) to be very exact as You entered first time.
Ps Most irritated on that when switching booth drive it asks for "Registring"
every time. I doesn't help to connect and register, after next switch it's
time to register again. Very annoying. Can't buy a version for each hard disk
(ONLY Using ONE and the same Mac)
Yours Bengt W
That's good to know, thank you very much. I was wanting to use it on my G5 this Summer (same one I installed it in before).
I'm entering the fields exactly as I had originally entered them, and I'm using the right letter/number (O/0 or I/1) when applicable. But it still won't let me continue.
I even trashed the 'Final Cut Studio System ID' on my PowerBook, then opened Final Cut, it asked me for the serial number - I entered it, exactly as I had been trying with the disk, and it worked. But it still won't work on the installation disk.
Also, I did a bit of editing on the PowerBook (5.1.4) and then moved to my school's computers (5.1.2) expecting them not to be able to open the file, but it did. I know that 5.1 and 5.1.1 weren't compatable with 5.1.2, so how is 5.1.2 compatable with 5.1.4? Regardless, this is good news.