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HELP! With Final Cut HD


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I installed Final Cut HD and all I get is a window that says "This software requires certain hardware or software which is missing. 384MB of RAM." Im not really good at fixing problems with computers but if someone could tell me what to do because I really want to use it. Thanks Dan
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Sorry nevermind I know what I need to do
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I just bought 1 gig of ram at frys and put it in and now I can run final cut express
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