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Nov 18, 2003, 01:34 PM
 
Is Classic mode picky about what applications it will work with? I just bought a PB 800 and OSX was already installed on it. I use FCP 2 and I wanted to install it on there. It installed but when I try to launch the App I get a "this application os not supported by the control panel" message. Also, whenever I try to restart in OS 9 by changing the startup disk I get halfway through the startup and get a bomb with the "a system error has occurred, code 11, please restart with the extensions off" I have tried to restart with no extensions and get the same message. I have reinstalled OS9 multiple times and I get the same results. Any suggestions? Thanks.
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Nov 18, 2003, 04:57 PM
 
Final Cut Pro isn't supposed to be supported in OS X, although I've run it a few times. You likely can't work with your camera at all with the program, but the editing I've done with went fine.
When you reinstalled OS 9, did you create a new System folder? It should boot fine if you do this.
     
   
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