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  1. Success! I figured it out by looking for a unique Program name, and then doing a file search based on that name. It turned up under: C:\ProgramData\Cakewalk\DimensionPro\Programs. It was pretty easy once I got my thinking cap on. Thanks, scook, for lending a hand.
  2. A few days ago, I purchased the Emu Proteus Pack from Digital Sound Factory (it’s on sale), and I installed everything. The ancient installers put everything into drive C: programs (x86)Cakewalk/DimensionPro. I use a separate drive for samples. There are no options in the installer to put the Multisamples into the folder/drive of my choice. I searched for and looked at old Cakewalk threads, and followed the directions there. But, they didn’t solve my problem. Here’s what I’ve done so far, and the sounds/programs still aren’t loading up. 1. Copied all of the multisamples that were sent to the C drive Multisample folder and pasted them into the separate drive Multisamples folder that DP is already set to look for them in. 2. Copied the contents of the (x86) DP folder (programs folder, etc..) and pasted them into the (64bit) DP folder. 3. Checked the registry and verified that DP looks for the multisamples in the correct place. It does. It always has. 4. Pressed F5 when DP’s browser is open. I don’t know anywhere else to look in the system, or anything else to do. I haven’t seen any other obvious folder that the program data is kept. I asked Tim @ DSF for help. And, he sent me one of the same legacy Cakewalk Forum threads, that I’d already read through, and didn’t work for me. It’s a good newer PC that I built a year ago. OS: Windows 10.
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