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I cannot get it to run. It is constantly claiming it cannot find the "Resource file"
I am running W7 - 64Bit, FL10.
I would greatly like to get this to work! Thank you!
At 4/5/12 02:02 AM, LaForge wrote: http://www.native-instruments.com/forum/showthread.php?t=416 29
straight from native instruments. hope this helps!
Unfortunately it did not. I've read that one already, plus it didn't give any enlightenment besides "Redownload and reinstall".
Still need help!
At 4/5/12 02:53 AM, LaForge wrote: i don't know if there's a stand-alone version of the demo, but i've heard that if you install the stand-alone of the VST, the plug-in will work. i've never tried this myself, but in your case it's worth a shot.
I have the stand-alone version as well. Thanks a lot for the help though. I've done a ton of research (google lol) on this error and surprising very little people get this error, let alone of FL.
Uninstall, clean all registries (with CC Cleaner or even with Revo Uninstaller Pro), erase from FL list, restart computer, check again registries, clean them (CC Cleaner would do a good job), then get the latest Massive kit (see the demo, get the latest updates), install to the default locations with default settings. It will install also "Service Center" probably, let it install.
Activate plugin with "Service Center", update plugin using it. Restart, re-scan plugins.
Hope will work.
Well....I fixed the problem from pure desperation.
I tried the solution above (2 posts) and it did not work. Out of pure frustration I literally picked up the old .dll file and pasted it in my VST plugins folder and bam....it worked...
Not going to even come close to questioning it. Thank you all for your help!