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Final Cut Express HD Compatability with the new Imac Intel

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I bought a new 20" imac. OSX10.4 I've got a legit version of Final Cut Express HD and after the install is complete I get an error to something like I dont have the proper grafics card. Any seen this yet
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by:slyong
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Can you go to Apple System Profiler and check what's your graphics card?
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btw what is your Final Cut Express version?
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I am not sure if this is related to your issue but there is a KB article here for Final Cut Express HD v3.0 and iMac G5 (iSight).  You need to download the upgrade to 3.0.1 http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=302553
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You need to upgrade your version of FCE to 3.5, which is a universal binary. previous versions won't work properly on intel macs.

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