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    Quote Originally Posted by Merife Ifeanyi David View Post
    I just fix my ravity.con issue
    Please can you share how you fix it?

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    Thumbs up How did you fix ravity.con CAN YOU TELL ME HOW TO DO IT plz? How did you fix ravity

    How did you fix ravity.con CAN YOU TELL ME HOW TO DO IT plz?

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    Ravity(S) .CON FIX (NOOB FRIENDLY)


    1.Uninstall ravity(S)


    2.Go to regedit (go to start button, then search regedit ,then run it as administrator) and go to edit then find and search "ravity(S)" without the quotations and delete anything you find that has the words "ravity(s)" in it


    3.Reinstall ravity(s) **NEXT IS THE IMPORTANT PART!** when asked to where to install "ravity(S)" install it to your vstplugins folder, do the same with the vsti


    4.Once it's done being installed go to the vstplugins directory then go into the ravity(S) folder, cut the ravity(S).dll file and paste into the vstplugins directory (IF YOU DON'T DO THIS YOU WILL CAUSE ALL KINDS OF VST ISSUES!)


    5.Load up FL Studio or whatever your using


    6.Rescan for vst plugins, 1 new one will be found which will be ravity(S), add it


    7.Load up ravity(S) or a project of yours that uses ravity(S)..voila! ravity is back in action! hopefully it stays that way!
    Last edited by Threnodizt; 07-12-2017 at 01:05 PM.

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    I followed the exact steps. Not working out.

    Quote Originally Posted by Threnodizt View Post
    Ravity(S) .CON FIX (NOOB FRIENDLY)


    1.Uninstall ravity(S)


    2.Go to regedit (go to start button, then search regedit ,then run it as administrator) and go to edit then find and search "ravity(S)" without the quotations and delete anything you find that has the words "ravity(s)" in it


    3.Reinstall ravity(s) **NEXT IS THE IMPORTANT PART!** when asked to where to install "ravity(S)" install it to your vstplugins folder, do the same with the vsti


    4.Once it's done being installed go to the vstplugins directory then go into the ravity(S) folder, cut the ravity(S).dll file and paste into the vstplugins directory (IF YOU DON'T DO THIS YOU WILL CAUSE ALL KINDS OF VST ISSUES!)


    5.Load up FL Studio or whatever your using


    6.Rescan for vst plugins, 1 new one will be found which will be ravity(S), add it


    7.Load up ravity(S) or a project of yours that uses ravity(S)..voila! ravity is back in action! hopefully it stays that way!
    Please help 😞😞😞

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    Quote Originally Posted by MayOwoyele View Post
    Please help 
    1. Uninstall ravity(s)

    2. Go to regedit
    2a. Press F3 and type in "Ravity(s)" into the search box and press enter
    2b. Delete any results with ravity(s) in it. Usually selected by default once the search result appear
    2c. After press F3 again and repeat 'step 2b'
    2d. Repeat 'step 2c' until you are told "Finished searching through the registry"

    3. Reinstall Ravity (s) into your vstplugins folder

    4. Fire up your DAW (FL Studio, Cubase....etc)

    5. Refresh plugin list

    6. Fire up ravity and enjoy!



    Please let me know if this helped you. Thanks

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    1. Uninstall ravity(s)

    2. Go to regedit
    2a. Press F3 and type in "Ravity(s)" into the search box and press enter
    2b. Delete any results with ravity(s) in it. Usually selected by default once the search result appear
    2c. After press F3 again and repeat 'step 2b'
    2d. Repeat 'step 2c' until you are told "Finished searching through the registry"

    3. Reinstall Ravity (s) into your vstplugins folder

    4. Fire up your DAW (FL Studio, Cubase....etc)

    5. Refresh plugin list

    6. Fire up ravity and enjoy!



    Please let me know if this helped you. Thanks

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    I fixed it too!

    It seems that some Ravity files have changed from the original folder.
    So I found my folder and copy the files to it and it worked!

    I used ProcMon from Microsoft to see WHERE the program was looking for the files, and then copied them there
    (Google Process Monitor (Sysinternals) on Microsofts web pages)


    It was looking for Ravity(S).ma and Ravity(S).dat


    procravy-jpg


    ( PS! I also did this but I dont think it had anything to do with it. I unchecked all Ravity files as Read only. I also stopped a Windows service WDDriveService.exe )

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlakeSuperior View Post
    Ravity was a decently popular VST...wondering if anyone ever had a problem with it/ever showing an error stating: "ravity(S).con file format doesn't matched" I've tried everything. And now it won't let me listen to tracks I've made using it.
    ---Solution---


    --- Uninstall Ravity (S) from your computer (Go to Control Panel, Programmes, and features)
    Go to Local Disk C, locate Programme files and create a new folder (name it whatever you like) preferably you can name it Ravity Installation.




    --- Reinstall Ravity (S) and change the installation directory from Luxonix to the new folder you have created (Ravity Installation). What i mean is simply install ravity on the new folder you just created.




    --- Restart your DAW ( your FL, Cubase or whatever software you are using and then refresh your plugin list and wow ravity is back and functional.

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