However, I wiped my machine and reinstalled Windows 10 Home from scratch, and I'm looking for installation pitfalls, and ways to fix them without a reformat. I've been trying several combinations - each with a clean windows install -and so far nothing has seemed to work.
- Windows 10 Home PC
OS on M.2 Drive, apps on SSD
Make sure Windows configured and up to date, with e-licenser installed
Installed latest Cubase 9.5
Typically I install for any user to use, but I suspect this may be part of the problem, so have been experimenting with both
I only change install paths of apps (to ssd drive), I don't touch appdata (should I?)
Reboot between installs (and click update library icon in GA and wait where appropriate)
Problems experienced at various times (all by right clicking on slot and selecting "load kit with patterns"...
- Only SE Kit available - all others gone
Blues and Rock and Roll not available after installing
Blues & Rock and roll available, but will not load when pattern clicked on
installing Nashville & SP makes all other kits disappear (plus missing sounds warning with metronome and another file)
Possibly others and will add
- Why does the installer for addins offer to install for any user? Surely this should adhere to the host app's settings
I think it's getting confused about where kits and patterns are, is there any way I can make sure all files are in correct place?
Is there any log file? When failing to load a pattern it would help if I could find what and where
Would it improve things if I manually set a location for the appdata for everything?