Is this why Final Cut Pro X and iMovie keep getting the beach ball?

Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by Viantef, Apr 28, 2014.

  1. Viantef macrumors member

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    Ok, so my Macbook Air's sound wasn't working. Took it to an Apple store and they couldn't do anything because they didn't have the Logic Board in stock for the 2013 Air. So, the genius said I can take my MacBook back home with me and they'll call me when the part comes in so they can replace the Logic Board.

    So, I decided to download the Final Cut Pro X trial, and noticed that I was getting a beach ball freeze without even doing much. (playing the pre-installed effects, importing a photo)

    *****, I have a video project due soon*, so I went to iMovie and noticed I was getting a beach ball for just creating a new project. That's really weird. Do you think its associated with the logic board?
     

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  2. Satori macrumors 6502a

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    It certainly sounds as if this could be related to the other fault if they are planning to replace your logic board.
     

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