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Not able to install dvd studio pro 4.0


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Dear All,

I have installed mac os version 10.4.10

I installed final cut pro 4.5 woking perfectly.

when i try to install dvd studio pro 4 and double click the dmg file nothing happening and no error message showing.

and when i try to install final cut studio 5.0 it's says no vram found, need Quartz graphics card.

My graphics card is nvdia 7600gt, Pentium 4 3.o GHZ processor and intel 915 board

Please any one knows please reply me,

Thanks & Regards,
P.Sasikumar
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