Abbey Road Drummer Modules

take7daily
take7daily Member Posts: 4 Newcomer
edited January 10 in Native Access

Hi All,

I recently purchased the set of Abbey Road drummer modules. after using Native Access to download the images, which I found on my computer, I have tried to install them. The 60's version did install but I have been waiting for some time for the 60's module to install, I am running Native access as Administrator and apparently my Operating system is not lacking in the required drivers etc. Can anyone offer a way forward with the install please?

Thanks

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  • take7daily
    take7daily Member Posts: 4 Newcomer
    Answer ✓

    Solved. I was unaware that I had to install the product from the ISO file into my Documents folder before I attempt to install it thru Native Access. Attention to detail I guess.. man my brain is getting old.. ;-)

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  • Jeremy_NI
    Jeremy_NI Customer Care Posts: 8,918 mod

    @take7daily Some more information would be great, like what's your operating system? Do you get some error messages in Native Access? In Kontakt?

    I'm also confused by that:

    The 60's version did install but I have been waiting for some time for the 60's module to install,

    What do you mean by "module"? Abbey Road 60s drummer is a Kontakt library, have you installed Kontakt?

  • take7daily
    take7daily Member Posts: 4 Newcomer
    edited January 11

    Hi Jeremy and thanks for your reply. I am using windows 10, I have been a computer tech & Netware engineer, so this is stumping me.

    I got a message from Native support yesterday; the young lady gave me a link to download Abbey Road 50' drummer after I submitted a ticket where I explained that I could download the images of these seperate modules, but when I go to install them into Kontakt the process drags on for hours and never actually installs anything. To answer your question, yes, I am using Kontakt. I am using the term module because it's easier than spelling out the whole title of the product. ;-)

    At any rate I was able to produce an error message after the support suggested that I download the image separate and away from the normal process. I can see the library as plain as day. the path to the image is correct. I will be reevaluating this process some more today.

    update, when I unzipped the file that was downloaded from the recommended (support) link within was a newer version of Kontakt 6.8.0, I have done a clean install of the application, and I will try to install the aforementioned module again and post with my results. thanks.

  • take7daily
    take7daily Member Posts: 4 Newcomer
    Answer ✓

    Solved. I was unaware that I had to install the product from the ISO file into my Documents folder before I attempt to install it thru Native Access. Attention to detail I guess.. man my brain is getting old.. ;-)

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