Oliver1977 wrote:hello guys,
just bought bfd2 and deluxe expansion for my brand new win7 8GB ram SSD ect. So enough power.
I really like your product, sound is awesome but installation and first start is a mess.
I had problems with:
bfd detected virtual file at etc.. where da hell should i find what to delete and what exactly. i double checked some post inside that forum. But couldn't solved that problem. this dialogue doesn't appear when i run it as admin. but that couldn't be the solution.
Hi Oliver this thread should help you. http://www.fxpansion.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=79337
It's really important to change your user account settings in windows 7. (not just for BFD2)
To do this, go to your control panel, click on user accounts, click on, "change user account settings" You should now see a slider, drag it down to the bottom where it says, "never notify".
if i click on a drum after i loaded the entire set properly and clicked on that drum, i hear nothing.
We need to solve this problem first. Some more information would be useful, like, what is your audio interface and is it set to ASIO. BFD2 will only work in ASIO. Are you doing this in stand alone or in cubase? It is recommended to get everything set up and working in stand alone first.
if i edit my drums and press play it doesn't start playing.
Given your problem with no sound you wont hear it if it does play.
This sounds like you don't have any midi grooves loaded in the groove page or you don't have a midi track feeding BFD2 in your sequencer.
I'm close to uninstall the program completely in order to reinstall it, but that could be the solution.
I don't think there is any need to do that as it's not going to fix your problem.
its no option to walk through the total forum in order to solve all these problem. sorry guys, i ask you kindly to give me a step by step instruction to get that 300€ program running.
Sorry, but the forum is here for that very reason and often peoples problems are of their own making from just not reading up in advance and not knowing how to use the program. There is a lot to learn and that's not the fault of the program.