I can't run native access in my OSX Yosemite?

aloscertales Member Posts: 5 Newcomer

I have downloaded the Native Access 10.15 for my Osx but when I try to run it Native Access trys to search the last update and the download failed (The net is all right). I click in the website to do it by myself but when I have downloaded the lastest version( The downloaded is the Native Access 2) it doesn't work for this Osx.

What can I do?, Maschine MK1 dosent work with my other mac because is too new and I would like to use with this the older and it runs but I want to activate the software etc but Native Access dosen't work, so I CAN'T.... despite that Native says that it has some versions of Native access for my OSX.

What am I doing wrong? Someone has a solution?

Thank you in advance and sorry for my English, I'm not a Native Speaker😂


Best Answers

  • Uwe303
    Uwe303 Moderator Posts: 2,915 mod
    Answer ✓

    Strange that it tries to download a newer version cause it is already the latest supported version. Maybe you contact support i don't know how the legacy versions are supposed to work. I always thought they just run without update for obvious and mentioned reasons.

  • aloscertales
    aloscertales Member Posts: 5 Newcomer
    Answer ✓

    I looked in my hd copy sustem of the Mac and I run the “Service Center”, the old Native service and it runs….then I received the answer of Native Instruments but I haven’t had time to prove, this is their answer….

    The issue seems to be caused by outdated security certificates on Mac Os 10.9 and 10.10.


    Looking into it we found the following recommendations on how to resolve the issue:


    “Go to https://letsencrypt.org/certificates/

    Download the ISRG Root X1 .pem file and then follow the instructions here:


    (screenshots are in Dutch…)”


    "1.)Keychain Access => Unlock System Keychain => File => Import => isrgrootx1.pem (See: FDS’s comment above for link to this cert. [ https://letsencrypt.org/certs/isrgrootx1.pem ]

    2) Select this cert which in KeyChain Access will be UNTRUSTED => Get Info => Trust => Change to “Always Trust” => Quit Keychain Access"

    Please note that we are recommending to install the latest compatible Mac Os on your computer since staying on an outdated os might pose a security risk.


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