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Want to update my running system on my MacBook Pro but don't want to destroy my studio one software

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asked Mar 2, 2019 in Studio One 4 by Pam Lehto (150 points)
Running snow leopard 10.6.8 on MacBook Pro. I would really like to update to high Sierra or Yosemite  because safari and my email doesn't work correctly anymore. The problem is I have Studio one V2.5.0 and all the driver software for 2 Studio Live 16.4.2 mixers along with capture.   It all works great and I don't want to blow out all my software for my mixers and have to buy a new version of studio one or new mixers.  I can't afford it right now.  Does anyone know how this software and mixers react to a Mac update?

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answered Mar 3, 2019 by acfarley (220 points)
I just updated the firmware on my Studiolive RM32 AI and it’s caused problems. Using Mac OS Sierra, I updated the firmware. According to UC Surface, it’s been successfully updated. However, the mixer isn’t outputting any audio. The driver is set correctly to Presonus Firestudio in my Preferences. So two problems. The Presonus website isn’t recognizing my mixer, and there’s some problem with the driver and the OS and no audio gets output. Right now, I feel like if th9ngs on your computer are working, just leave it be.