You've come across my favorite smoke topic. You need to go to the smoke forum at Discreet's website. The archive there discusses what you are experiencing.
The Cliff's notes version: ProTools past v6.5 won't read a smoke version 6 or 7 omf. There are translators in the Mac world that will convert the omf files so that ProTools will read them. One of those is on DigiDesign's website.
Another thing that helps is to save the omf to your local system drive and then transfer those files to an accessible file from ProTools. Even with all this, sometimes it still won't work. Be sure your label naming protocols are standard as well. Good luck
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