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  • Sun, Sep 2 2018 2:12 AM

    • greatfox
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    Crashing at launch when loading AMPIPluginDSM

    Just did this:

    Removed MC First (which was not launching)

    Upgraded to Windows 10.

    Upgraded Pro Tools from 12.6 to 2018.7

    PT seems to work OK so far.

    MC First is crashing to the desktop while loading AMPIPluginDSM.

    Moving the AVX2 folder to the desktop had no effect whatsoever.

    MC First has never worked on my PC. 

    Ideas please.

  • Mon, Sep 3 2018 1:47 PM In reply to

    • RalphC
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    Re: Crashing at launch when loading AMPIPluginDSM

    Did you moved the folder from this path?

    For Windows:
    1. C:\Program Files\Avid\AVX2_Plug-ins
    2. Move the AVX2 folder somewhere safe.(preferably the desktop)

     

     

    Compatibility with Pro Tools - General Co-Installation Notes

    • You must uninstall all older versions of Media Composer | First or Pro Tools before

                   installing newer versions.

    • You cannot launch both applications at the same time.
    • If you run into any issues, uninstall both applications and reinstall Pro Tools first, and then
      reinstall Media Composer | First.
    • When you uninstall Pro Tools, choose to uninstall just the application and not the audio
      drivers or the editing application no longer sees the devices.
    RalphC
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  • Mon, Sep 3 2018 3:50 PM In reply to

    • greatfox
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    Re: Crashing at launch when loading AMPIPluginDSM

    As I said in my OP, yes.  Moving the folder made no difference.

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