If you are replacing an old computer with a new one and need to uninstall your VDL 2.5 library, please follow the steps for your operating system below.


MACINTOSH OS X

  • Delete the main "Virtual Drumline 2.5" library folder and all its contents (wherever you've placed it)
  • Delete the.plist file at Macintosh HD>Library Preferences>com.native-instruments.Virtual Drumline 2.5.plist
  • Delete the.xml file at Macintosh HD>Library>Application Support>Native Instruments>Service Center>Virtual Drumline 2.5.xml
  • Delete the .plist file at Macintosh HD>Users>*Your User Name*>Library>Preferences>com.native-instruments.Virtual Drumline 2.5.plist *


Once all of these files have been moved to the trash, empty the trash, restart your Mac, and your library will be completely uninstalled.


*Note: Since Mac OS 10.7 (Lion), the User Library folder is hidden. To access it, click on the Go menu from Finder and press down the 'Option' key. You'll now find the Library entry appears in the menu.


WINDOWS

  • Delete the main "Virtual Drumline 2.5" library folder and all its contents (wherever you've placed it)
  • Ensure that Native Access is NOT launched.
  • In the Start Menu search bar, type regedit and press enter. This will open the Registry Editor.

  • In the dropdown on the left hand side, look for HKEY_CURRENT_USER > Software > Native Instruments and delete the Virtual Drumline 2.5 folder.¬†

  • Next, continuing from the dropdown go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > Software > Native Instruments¬†and delete Virtual Drumline 2.5 folder as in the previous step.

  • Open Native Access and check that the library is no longer listed in the Installed category.


Once all of these files have been completely deleted, empty the recycle bin, restart your computer, and your library will be completely uninstalled.