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Windows 7: Pro Tools on Windows 7

22 Apr 2011   #31

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by smally View Post
I'm working on Pro Tools 7.4 M-Powered ... now i installed on pc windows 7 , but i can't use Pro Tools because some files from internet explorer 8 make some conflicts... to work with PT i must to unistall ie8 and install ie7, then PT will work... can somebody help me?
Well this is very clear that Pro tools does not works with Internet expolrer 8..But the issue of ie8 compatibility with pro tools is now resolved for pro tool 8.0.3 it will create problem only with previous versions of pro tools.For windows 7 i will recommend you to install pro tools 8.0.4 version

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14 Aug 2012   #32

Windows 7 ultimate 64 sp1
pro tools m powered on windows 7 64 bit sp1 SOLVED

RIGHT HERE IS HOW TO GET YOUR PRO TOOLS M POWERED ( v.7 etc....) to definatley work with windows
do not panic ... follow these rules

START> (and type following word in the box/field WITHOUT THE COMMAS ) "regedit" > Click on the regedit choice/line that has appeared > AN APP HAS APPEARED ... GOOD KEEP GOING > CLICK ON HKEY_CURRENT_USER (and open it via the little triangle on the left) > scroll down to SOFTWARE open that too with little triangle > scroll down to MICROSOFT open it with little triangle > scroll down to WINDOWS open it with little triangle > scroll down to INTERNET SETTINGS... DO NOT OPEN THIS WITH THE LITTLE TRIANGLE JUST CLICK ON THE WORD " INTERNET SETTINGS" UNTIL IT TURNS BLUE/IS HIGHLIGHTED > now place your curser over in the empty space to the right of the written rules you see DO NOT TOUCH THEM OK ... AND RIGHT CLICK IN THE EMPTY SPACE > place curser on the word " NEW " > FROM THE DROP DOWN MENU CHOOSE " DWORD " click on it and a box appears below the RULES delete the title/words " NEW RULE#1" SO THE BOX IS EMPTY NOW > now type the follwing word as one word EXACTLY AS THIS (without any commas ) > "AllowCookies" > DOUBLE CLICK ON " AllowCookies" > a box appears > TYPE IN /REPLACE THE "0" WITH "1" , without the commas > AND PRESS " OK "

IN THE LIST OF RULES YOU SHOULD SEE YOUR RULE "AllowCookies" you know that you have also given that an instruction of "1" .... right close the whole "REGEDIT" App. completely via the red "X" (THE USUAL WAY YOU CLOSE MOST WINDOWS ETC )

ENJOY !!!!!!
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