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Solved Can't add library after Kontakt 5. Hi, I'm having trouble adding libraries after the recent update. I keep most of my libraries on an external drive, and when I try to "add library" in Kontakt, Native Access opens and prompts me to enter a serial number. On my Native Access account, all of my libraries show as if they are uninstalled the library is active on my account, just "not installed". I would really rather not re-download all of my libraries through Native Access again.
The fix for now is to download an older version of Kontakt through the legacy download section. You can add all of your libraries with the older version of Kontakt, and then update Kontakt.
Your libraries will still be linked. Don't worry about the "not installed" status. That's because NA wasn't the one who installed those libraries.
You don't have to reinstall them. EvilDragon , May 22, How can I install libraries then? When I updated none of them show in my Kontakt libraries. When I try to add Native Access opens, I don't get the option of choosing the folder on my drive anymore.
I think the issue is coming from the fact that my current version of Kontakt was installed by Native Access, but my libraries were not. Hoping NI can figure out a work around for this soon Last edited by a moderator: I can tell Native Access where to install new libraries in the preference you mentioned, but it doesn't sync with Native Access if libraries are already installed in that location. Up until this recent update, I was able to choose the library from a "choose folder" dialogue whenever I clicked "add library".
Per their patch notes this is working as intended as part of the new update. Really screwing me over ATM. Yes, that is all working as intended. NA recognized all my previously installed Kontakt Player libraries though, without issues, despite the fact that NA wasn't used for installing them.
I am not quite sure why it was stated that the update process is working as intended. If this is working as intended then it is really a poorly designed approach and should be completely re-designed. I had all of my libraries organized in very logical groupings only to loose most of their references in the Kontakt Browser.
There appears to be no clear pattern as I checked their paths and they are all correct. I do not understand the comment about changing the Content directory in Native Access as I have libraries in various locations to spread them across multiple SSDs. This all worked perfectly fine. Now the install to 5. The previous post implied that installing an older version would fix this but if the paths are currently correct in the registry entries why would this help?
I would think doing the same update to 5. Thanks in advance for any suggestions. Trankonia85 , May 24, Edgar Torres , May 24, In NA's Preferences top right corner, click the user icon, then Preferences, then modify Content folder. EvilDragon , May 24, I see, well now the problem is that I cannot use all the libraries that I add to the quick load areas, some do. However, in many cases there is a message that appears saying that I cannot use that reads as follows: Please go to Kontakt's Libraries tab and press the Add Library button.
Follow the suggestion that karp47 wrote above, see if it helps. EvilDragon , May 25, This is so annoying. I have spend 10 hours and Native access keeps failing to download the library.
I had it already downloaded on my Mac. Now, I used my ethernet cable to download it from my mac. Now I realized that unlike Kontakt 4, I cannot added to the library without Native access. Whenever, I click on 'add library', it takes me to NA, and then it fails. Approach suggested by phrygN does not work for me, it says you much have the full version installed. This is just an update!
If I install it over the Kontakt 5. I did it twice and never downgraded it. Thank you in advance. I am having similar issues. It's frustrating to have people keep saying there is no problem when obviously- there is a problem. Native Access interefering is a pain in the butt. I cannot understand why anyone at NI would imagine this is a good idea.
So I'm waiting for the delivery when I saw the update - had a quick check on VI-Control and didn't see any issues, so I updated. That's odd, I thought, haven't seen that before - however I clicked on add and it added the library just fine.
It must have been scanning one of the folders that hold the VI's I thought. However, one of my admittedly minor Sonokinetic instruments wasn't picked up as I had put it in a subfolder. No joy there either. I could then add it and if I then moved it back, then I could hopefully use the browse function to locate it as you do when you have a kissing library.
But it wouldn't pick it up. Maybe I am not seeing the big picture here, but either I'm missing something here, or whilst the system is working as intended, then it is poorly designed. Why on earth would it be better to get people to change content paths on an obscure menu when it seemed to be working perfectly well before.
I still cannot figure out how to install my Sonokinetic library - thank goodness it's only a minor library that I don't often use. Oh, and do you remember how you could copy and paste a serial into the old NI Control Centre. Well it doesn't work inNative Access - it only pastes one block of the serial number in if you do that - you ahem to type.
I'm not sure if thats progress exactly. EvilDragon , May 29, I copied the serial of my invoice as normal and it only pastes the first block. If you re on a PC then it could be a Mac thing. It has worked fine for years so far and just allows me to keep things a bit tidier across multiple drives. I'll contact no pun intended Sonokinetic and NI and see what they say.
As ever, thanks for all you help. So I am moving a load of libraries onto the SSD, and using 'locate library' when Kontakt sees the missing libraries. I did add library and then put in the serial number, and it was listed in Native Access under my products - but showing an incorrect path.
However it's not showing in Kontakt. I tried changing all the paths etc, but got nowhere. In the end I copied the mac executable of Kontakt 5. All is now well, and I am at one with contact once again. They need to sort this out though - I've wasted half the day on this nonsense. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?
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