Native Access ignoring new installation path

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  • crojar
    crojar Member Posts: 8 Newcomer

    Yes. It should work. Preferences, regedit and installation path in Native access all point to the same place. Just realized, some how it loaded Kontakt into the correct folder (64 bit) before I had this problem with massive and a few others. I compared the Kontakt path and Massive and they are both the same. I can load Kontakt in Studio one but no Massive. Im lost.

  • crojar
    crojar Member Posts: 8 Newcomer

    ****** it. I'm just going to nuke everything and reinstall windows. That should fix it. This is ridiculous. Thanks for everyone's help. Hope NI gets their ****** together sometime .

  • Rol
    Rol Member Posts: 3 Member

    I never had this issue either, but I do now since a short while, with a new Windows 11 installation. This happens when clicking on "install all". Currently I also see things getting installed.

    Currently 5 instruments are noted with this issue in the list; The Gentleman, the Grandeur, Vintage Organs, Drum Lab and Scarbee Mark 1. I will let it run to install everything and will check the results soon.

    I did change one directory: the Content Location to D:\NI\Content

  • mars
    mars Member Posts: 1 Newcomer

    I have the same problem on a new Windows 10 installation. I have nearly all of my plugins installed without problems, but The Gentleman, The Grandeur, Vintage Organs, Scarbee Mark 1, Kontakt Elements Selection R2 and Abbey Road 60s Drums Vintage won`t install. The help informations and proposed solutions didn`t work either.

    Any thoughts?

  • Billy D
    Billy D Member Posts: 6 Newcomer

    I uninstalled Native Access 2, and reinstalled and older version. I was able to install all the programs that weren't installing. The one program that still didn't install I found the download folder where it was located and I unzipped the file and installed it myself. That's how I got around the file location error. Then you can go ahead and reinstall Native Access 2.

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