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Old 2011-04-23, 06:32
cazuaga cazuaga is offline
 
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REX error - Couldn't load the REX library. The DLL file may be corrupt.

REX error - Couldn't load the REX library. The DLL file may be corrupt. Please reinstall.
Macbook pro 2.16ghz, 15", core duo (2006 model). OS X 10.4.11 Tiger.

For quite some time, I was using reason 3.0.4 seamlessly stand alone and with Pro Tools.
Suddenly Reason starts asking me to load the orkester and sound bank cds again. Trouble was that at the same time my dvd drive went dead. Took computer for repair and the mac store folks upgraded my 10.4.11 Tiger to 10.5.6 Leopard.

I can load all the Reason cds but I keep getting the error message. I'm thinking perhaps I read incorrectly and Reason 3.0.4 is NOT compatible with Leopard 10.5.6.. Is this correct? What do I do now? My brain does seem to be very foggy and slow as of late.. am I screwed? Do I have to buy a new version of Reason now? Thanks for any help..

PS - I have already reinstalled 3x now.. same error each time.

Last edited by cazuaga; 2011-04-23 at 06:33. Reason: forgot an important piece of info
 

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