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Discussion in 'KORE' started by Kymeia, Mar 12, 2020.
I have a new Mac, second hand so running Mohave. How do I activate Kore 2 on this?
Disable SIP then try to install.
I'm planning to just use the software - disabling SIP on Mohave is a pain - I'll integrate it with Komplete Kontrol instead. It's activation I'm concerned about since it needs service centre still.
Yeah that I am not sure about.
Kymeia, are you able to rebuild in Reaktor the Kore 8-snap-morphing-panel?
Recently re-installed Kore2 on an 2011 MBP w/ High Sierra and had to use the previous to last update of Service Center
Native Instruments Service Center 2.5.4 for Intel-based Mac 10.7
to activate Kore2.
2.6.0 would not cooperate and it's not possible to activate from Native Access (although you can add your serial number.) Don't let 2.5.4 auto-update to 2.6.0 and you should be good to go.
Except OP is talking about Mojave and SC doesn't seem to work on Mojave at all.
Installer won't run anyway - 'Installation cannot proceed, as not all requirements were met. This product requires at least OSX 10.4.' Duh
OK found a hack for that
Thanks to LC
Same work around worked for me on Mojave. And he's been provided the installer work around. Hope it works for them too.
Managed to get it mostly installed now, including Service Centre, but some of the sound packs use a 'VISE X' installer instead of the proper Mac mpkg and won't run on Mac
Which sound pack installers as VISE X have an issue? All of them or some?
All of them but I worked out what to do - you have to click on the pack and you will get a message at first saying it can't be installed due to it being unsigned. Then go into security settings and you can choose to override that message, you have to do this for each soundpack.