« Last post by Bolle on Today at 03:22:41 AM »
I flashed the card with the reduced R127 ROM from the macelite downloads.
Device ID 5961 is a 9200SE, which is very similar to the 9250. This is why I chose to replace that one. Plenty of other choices but this seemed to be the closest match from a hardware point of view.
In the meanwhile I put up the whole set of extensions I have installed to get accelerated video here if someone wants to play with it: http://macintoshgarden.org/apps/ati-radeon-9250-mac-os-9-drivers
Thanks Protools5LEGuy...yes, I'm quite pleased that I can now watch Youtube, even on a 300Mhz iBook! I love getting some milage out of these fantastic machines
1991 – Pro Tools 1.0 – 4 voices, ProDECK and ProEDIT software, MIDI, and automation
1992 – Pro Tools 1.1 – support added for up to 4 cards/interfaces for 4–16 voices
1993 – Pro Tools 2.0 – merged ProDECK and ProEDIT into one application
1994 – Pro Tools III – 16–48 voices
1997 – Pro Tools | 24 – 24-bit audio, 32–64 voices
1997 – Pro Tools 4.0 – destructive editing, AudioSuite
1998 – Pro Tools | 24 MIX and MIXplus – 64 voices, expanded DSP abilities
1998 – ProControl – first dedicated control surface for Pro Tools
1999 – Pro Tools 5.0 – integrated MIDI sequencing
1999 – Digi 001 with Pro Tools LE (Limited Edition) – RTAS host-based processing
2000 – Pro Tools Free – 8 audio tracks, 48 midi tracks, RTAS support
2001 – Pro Tools 5.1 – TDM version adds surround mixing, Beat Detective,
2001 – Control 24 – control surface/interface with Focusrite preamps
2002 – Pro Tools | HD – 96 kHz and 192 kHz audio
2003 – Mbox and Digi 002
2003 – Pro Tools | HD Accel system – additional DSP abilities.
I have a small fortune, ($7000 in Pro Tools III software, I/O cards, 888/16 and another $5000 in Power Tower Pro computer and external scsi drives) invested here.
You know it was 5 weeks after I bought my system that Pro Tools went 24 bit although I had no hint of it from the sales people or their reps. Well I guess some things are about money and I truly felt left out in the cold there. Well they're giving it to us again if you catch my drift.
This exchange adds insult to injury. I'm supposed to give them back the hardware which wasn't cheap and in return get a refurbished Pro Tools / 24 system which is also outdated and no longer listed. This system will not run the new features of the latest Pro Tools software which was their reason for having you upgrade in the first place. This makes no sense. The deal stinks and Pro Tools should feel an obligation to at least give the MIX core or farm.
It seems PT III < d24 (bits)< MIX(systems)http://www.musicradar.com/tuition/tech/a-brief-history-of-pro-tools-452963https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pro_Tools#History
« Last post by Dronecatcher on April 27, 2017, 04:54:37 PM »
Before burning fresh CDs I thought I'd try my originals in OS9 to see if that worked - I found it did apart from one sound bank CD was first not recognised so I popped it in again and it worked.
Maybe the old DVD drive is playing up?
With that in mind, I tried OSX install again - sure enough, I got past the hanging by popping the CDs in and out until it worked. However, when first run of Reason asked for the sound bank, although the disk was recognised (mounted on desktop) it was just hanging again.
Oh well...guess v3 it is then. Thanks for your time and help.
« Last post by DieHard on April 27, 2017, 04:22:21 PM »
It is normal for the install to ask to switch the same CDs around a few times... make sure you insert the correctly labeled CD when asked
What is the difference between a d24 system and a tdm or mix system? Which one is better?
« Last post by Dronecatcher on April 27, 2017, 03:33:36 PM »
I'm pretty sure they were from here when I had a different user name. I'm downloading them again and will try once more...
The images are damaged? Where you got them from?