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Postby BFDTM » Thu Jul 09, 2015 11:07 pm

Dear Pro Users,

here some acknowledgements from my computer.
What would you think about reacting and how to handle not too self explaining information in your more experienced work with BFD2.

I play Guitar, tryin to get best sound here, please forgive me...

How can I achieve best performance with fixing the mentioned settings?

THX very!!!! much
Best regards
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Postby purtington » Sat Jul 18, 2015 11:44 am

You need to go to your preference page, click on "Health" at the bottom and un-check any boxes as this is why you are getting the first two warnings.

The last warning suggests your BFD2 audio folder is NOT listed and BFD2 is looking for it.

You need to go to the "Data" tab on the preference page and make sure the BFD2 Audio/Dat folder is listed.

Then you should trash & rebuild your databases which is the button at the top right side of the Data tab.


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