I built a new computer, installed everything – then had problems. I formatted drive BUT since downloading all these files for toontrack as well as other titles I own sucks – I used my internal extra drive. I would like to be able to open product manager, and pick a folder location so I don’t have to re-download everything. Right now it is a hassle to re-download, when I have the files already? I think the Product Manager is the best working out of all them, it just is a bear when you have to redo your computers. Any suggestions? Keep up the great work!
In my experience, if the installation & update files remain in the “Downloads” folder designated in the Product Manager,
and that folder is connected & visible to the Product Manager, it should not prompt you to re-download them again.
That said, if you simply install your products, libraries & updates from wherever you have saved the installation files,
the Product Manager should see the products & libraries once installed.
Then, it should continue to monitor their version numbers and prompt for updates, when available or necessary.
That’s been my experience, anyway.
MAC OS Sierra / MBP '12 Retina Quad i7 2.7 Ghz, 16GB RAM, 750 SSD,
SuperiorDrummer3 & SD2.4 w/11+ SDX (on external SSDs) EZD, EZD2 w/32+ EZX
EZKeys: Grand, Upright, Electrics EZMix2: presets! Beatstation
ProTools 12, Harrison Mixbus32C v4, Logic Pro X, Studio One Pro, Cubase
Emptyset, if you change your download location in preferences to where your already downloaded files are, clicking Download Product/Update(s) in Product Manager (for each that you want to install) will just verify them instead of redownloading them. Hope that helps!
Olof Hermansson - Toontrack