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How hard can it be to uninstall Logic Pro 9??


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How do I uninstall Logic pro and all the programs that follow with it? I canīt find the answer anywhere. The answers I find are all older than 2010 and just includes deleting alot of strange files I cant find.

And apparently theres no uninstall function either... frustrating.
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no one knows how to uninstall Logic Pro 9?
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