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post Dec 1 2018, 02:46 AM
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Hello, I'm new here!

So I have a problem. (I've already talked about it with the support section, but I thought that asking more people here would lead to more possibilities faster.)

I just bought the V.I.P Bundle during the amazing sales at the DontCrack website.

So I installed it, everything working fine, except for a part where an installator told me that my C++ 2005 Redistributable was already installed (error 1316).

But then it comes to the authorization. I enter my code, and an error message keeps appearing : 'There was an error writing your activation to your hard drive. Please make sure you are logged in as administrator.'

I'm logged as an admin, and no matter what I try, it keeps appearing, therefore I can't activate my plugins.
A support technician even gave me a VIP1.dc file, that I placed correctly, but the same message happen again.

I'm running under Windows 10 64-bits, and my DAW is FL Studio 20 (but even without the DAW, there's a problem)

So that's why I'm seeking your help, if you know something useful, or handy, I'll gladly take it !

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post Dec 2 2018, 07:58 PM
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Hi! A little update !
I somehow managed to make the plugins work by putting the VIP1.dc file into the plugins folder.
And also loading a plugin and dropping the specified file on it.

So I don't know which one of the two methods worked, but the most important is that they're activated !

No need to get any help anymore, and I hope this could potentially give a hand to others in help !
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