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Re: Install issues on macOS Sierra (10.12) (Resolved)

Postby mrniss » Wed Dec 19, 2018 11:46 pm

mark beling wrote:Hi folks at Fxpansion...trying to load BFD 2 Data , also get the >fis error.....Why havent you guys got this issue sorted yet?

RESOLVED IS A LIE, this still gives an error on sierra.

someone probably posted this already but, i did the install this way:

make a folder somewhere called "fxcares" (or whatever), and inside it make a folder called "Installer"

copy the actual installation app right into /fxcares

use finder>go to folder to get to "/Volumes/BFD2 Data Installer/Installer" and copy the entire thing into your new fxcares/installer folder.

then go into fxcares/installer/ and rename "BFD2 data installer.fis" to "InstallScript.fis".

go back and run the installer app from /fxcares

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Re: Install issues on macOS Sierra (10.12) (Resolved)

Postby Lawrence_fx » Thu Sep 05, 2019 8:54 am

bitcohen wrote:Is there any update on when instalers that will work with Sierra will be available?

The Terminal approach doesn't work for me.


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Re: Install issues on macOS Sierra (10.12) (Resolved)

Postby Nikolaus_Rapp » Sat Oct 26, 2019 12:27 am

Cant you just post a zipped folder of OPEN, NOT-INSTALLERBASED Files and Folders and a little ToDo-List

- put this folder there
- put that folder there
- put these files there
- put those files there


The 1.7 installer, as I told somewhere else works fine. All that is missing, is tha data.

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