Soundtrack Pro Quit Unexpectedly due to Hijack Server Plug-in

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Soundtrack Pro is giving an error after upgrading to Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. And it became unusable. The error I am receiving is:

The application soundtrack pro quit unexpectedly. The problem may have been caused by the Instant Hijack Server plug-in.

Mac OS X and other applications are not affected.

Click Relaunch to launch the application again. Click Report to see more details or send a report to Apple.

Ignore / Report / Relaunch

What I don't understand is that the cause of the error is from the Instant Hijack Server Plug-in. Where will I find it? Kindly please tell me the steps on resolving this. Thanks!

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Soundtrack Pro Quit Unexpectedly due to Hijack Server Plug-in

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The problem may depend on the version of Soundtrack Pro that is installed on your computer. If you are using Soundtrack Pro 2 and earlier, it is already very old and if you wish to use it now you probably need to upgrade to a much newer version. If you want to use Soundtrack Pro on your Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, try upgrading to Soundtrack Pro 3.0.1.

This version supports Mac OS X 10.5.6 Leopard and higher. If your operating system is still on version 10.5, update your operating system to 10.5.6 or newer. You can easily update your operating system via Software Update but you need to be using an administrator account. To do this, click on the Apple menu and select Software Update.

Enter your administrator username and password when prompted. Check the available updates on the next screen and install them. After installing the updates, restart your computer. Once your operating system has been updated, you should be using Soundtrack Pro 3 and not the older version.

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