Installer fails saying it can't find a non-existing drive or network location

This article concerns Windows users only

It's possible that some of the software you use has set VSTPluginPath variable in Windows registry to an incorrect value. To fix it use the Regedit tool (Start -> Run -> Regedit).

Go to the:


... branch in your Windows registry, find the VSTPluginsPath variable and replace its current value with the path to VST Plugins folder on your hard drive you actually use. After that, the installer should run smoothly without any problems (you can restart your system just in case).


Installer performs a check of that value when it's started, if this value is incorrect or doesn't correspond to the directory tree structure then installer displays a message about location it couldn't find.

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