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Reason 3.0 HELP NEEDED ASAP!!!

I emaild my friend a reason 3.0 file, and he received it fine, but after he added the changes to the song he emailed the new file to me

When I tried to open it I received a message box saying "BAD FILE CAN'T BE LOADED"

I asked my friend and he uses reason 4.0 on a MAC, and I use 3.0 on a PC

Could this be the problem? PLEASE HELP!!!!

my email is GW75@LIVE.COM

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Yes, this is most likely the problem. Since Reason 4.0 has new features, files edited and saved from Reason 4.0 cannot be opened in Reason 3.0 as far as I have found.

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