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After a bit of fiddeling the other day with trying to sort out installing an older version of QT7 i have had many problems regarding opening programs and a lot crashing and saying couldnt restore windows etc...

So any idea how to sort this out, disk utility says the disk is fine any else to check.?

I am thinking of doing a fresh reinstall of lion. But if i done this would i then be able to restore from a back up of Snow Leopard like i done when i purchased the machine..?

Any help..?

Machine is Macbook Pro 13" and running the latest version of Lion - 10.7.2

I had Final Cut Pro working and now when i open it i import something and it crashes so i want to get this sorted.

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You might need to bump your ram to 4GB even though it states minimum ram 2GB
it also states 4GB recommended.
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You might need to bump your ram to 4GB even though it states minimum ram 2GB
it also states 4GB recommended.
How would this help programs from crashing when they previously worked...

also its not t he info on the side i havent updated that yet i am using a macbook pro which has 4gb of ram

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