VDL2 MacOS 10.4.11

PowerBookG4 1.67
Mac OS10.4.11
I installed VDL2.
Virtual_Drumline2_part1.nks&Virtual_Drumline2_part2.nks&Virtual_Drumline2_part3.nks is not recognized.
It cannot start.
Help me.
Just to update:

The issue was caused because the Mac HD was in Japanese and not listed as ";Mac HD";.  I wanted to make sure that this was update so that this could be in your ";bag of tricks"; in the future.

Satoshi,

If you are available tomorrow (Thursday) night, maybe we can do a remote session to see if we can't get this working, or maybe to get a better understanding of the issue.  I think this will be the next step to troubleshooting your issue.  Please email me your contact information and best time to reach you in the evening.

scott@tapspace.com
Jim casella,

I installed it.
MacintoshHD>Applications>Tapspace>Virtual Drumline 2.
But it is an ";application instllation error.";
Do you do it for version 10.4.11 of the OS?
If you see this message asking you for a destination, navigate to Macintosh HD>Applications>Tapspace>Virtual Drumline 2.

With the ";Virtual Drumline 2"; folder highlighted, you should be able to choose that as your destination.
Jim casella,

The next message is displayed when I install it.
";Please select a destination folder for the Virtual Drumline 2 library.";
Where should two Virtual Drumline library folders install it in?
Satoshi,

A full installation is comprised of more than just those files. I only suggested you check those because they all exist within the same folder.

It sounds like you may be confused.
[i]Macintosh HD>Library[/i] is not where you should be installing anything. If you've manually moved things around, I would recommend you delete everything you've installed, and re-run the installer which will place all the necessary components in their default locations.

If you're having problems installing, you may want to consult the VDL2 user guide for installation instructions for required steps. It's a pretty straightforward process as long as you let the installer put the pieces where they belong.
Jim casella,
Multis(folder)
Instruments(folder)
Virtual_Drumline2_part1.nks
Virtual_Drumline2_part2.nks
Virtual_Drumline2_part3.nks
It is installed.
The place that I installed is Macintosh HD >library folder.
Is the folder which I installed a mistake?
Satoshi,

I am not sure if you had gotten the emails I sent out to you, but can you double-check and make sure that those files are existing in the directory as Jim explains?

[quote]If you are using VDL2, you should have a folder (inside your 'Virtual Drumline 2' folder) called ";Virtual Drumline 2 Library). Inside this folder you should see:

Multis (folder)
Instruments (folder)
Virtual_Drumline2_part1.nks
Virtual_Drumline2_part2.nks
Virtual_Drumline2_part3.nks

If any of those components are missing, you may have problems launching the program. If you aren't sure, I would recommend you do a full re-install.
[/quote]

I would suggest a reinstall completely if you have not done too much on troubleshooting this issue as of yet.
Satoshi,

If you are using VDL2, you should have a folder (inside your 'Virtual Drumline 2' folder) called ";Virtual Drumline 2 Library). Inside this folder you should see:

Multis (folder)
Instruments (folder)
Virtual_Drumline2_part1.nks
Virtual_Drumline2_part2.nks
Virtual_Drumline2_part3.nks

If any of those components are missing, you may have problems launching the program. If you aren't sure, I would recommend you do a full re-install.

Satoshi,

Look at the first post here: [url=https://www.tapspace.com/forums/index.php?topic=2163.0]https://www.tapspace.com/forums/index.php?topic=2163.0[/url], especially step 9.  You may have to manually drag the nkx files from the DVD to the Tapspace folder.
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