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Why won't my .sit files open up ? They came from a CD. It says I have no default application for them.I am trying to import them into pro tools application. Running iBook 800 Mhz 640 Ram.
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Do you have stuffit?

If so then open up stuffit and drag the files into their for expanding

If no then you need to get stuffit from www.versiontracker.com I think has it
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Do you have stuffit?

If so then open up stuffit and drag the files into their for expanding

If no then you need to get stuffit from www.versiontracker.com I think has it
Yes, i have dragged them into stuffit, but it still will not let me open them. I am an old pc user, so this is new to me.Any suggestions ?
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What version of stuffit expander are you using?

You may need to run the stuffit expander and then select the open menu item from the file menu. Then locate the file you want to expand. In some cases that that works for me.
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What version of stuffit expander are you using?

You may need to run the stuffit expander and then select the open menu item from the file menu. Then locate the file you want to expand. In some cases that that works for me.
Well, now when I drag them into stuffit, it shuts the stuffit application down. When I try to choose the Pro tools application.
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Have you tried to open the with in the stuff it expander application?
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