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Uninstall Final Cut Pro Studio 5.1


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Alright, I just got Final Cut Studio 2, and I want to do a fresh install of it, rather then upgrading. How do I go about Uninstalling Final Cut Studio 5.1.2 or whatever I have? Every time I insert the Final Cut 2 disc I get upgrades, and I want to do a clean install. Thanks!

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I replyed to a post that was looking for final cut express additonal content, I gave him a link to apple website that showed you how to uninstall it. I'm sure fcp 5.1 will be the same a little bit. Here's the link to the post and the apple website is in their as well: Final Cut Express HD Additional Content. Hope it helps.
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This may be over simple, but a little program called AppDelete will do the job.
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This may be over simple, but a little program called AppDelete will do the job.
Thanks, what a great program. <3
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I have a program like that one and it wouldn't trash all the hidden hard to find things, I'm glad that one worked for you, better then manually doing it.
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Yeah, I use appdelete too.
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I checked and I do have appdelete the one with the wooden trash can right. I would still double check if it did take everything off because when I did it it didn't.
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