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Old Jun 11, 2012, 09:18 PM   #1
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Aperture and FCP4

Well, I have installed Final Cut on my computer (V. 4), and after that installed aperture. Unfortunately, these two dont work well together, and all aperture could do was force close "because of a problem". So for the past month I have been running in 32 bit mode, no problem.

Then I updated to 3.3.

Apparently 3.3 takes the ability to force into 32 bit mode. So what can I do? Do I have to start from scratch and reinstall lion ( :O ) ???
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Resolved! Installed Lion 10.7.4 update combo (FCP4 was removed prior, not sure if that was key or not), but aperture worked beautifully.
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