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Missing controller TSIs

Discussion in 'KONTROL S2 / KONTROL S4' started by ectoalis1, Jan 22, 2011.

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  1. ectoalis1

    ectoalis1 New Member


    jedesmal wenn ich Traktor starte kommt oben beschrieben Meldung. Die Datei Traktor Settings habe ich gefunden und in jeden Ordner mit dem Traktor arbeitet kopiert. Importiert habe ich diese Datei auch schon, bei Preferences neben dem Setup Wizard. Bekomme aber immer die gleich Fehlermeldung.
    Ich habe auch die aktuellen Treiber meiner Kontroller, X1 und S4 runtergeladen und installiert.

    Das Problem fing an als ich die beim Filmanager die Root Dir geändert habe...

    Hoffe ihr könnt mir helfen!


    everytime i try to start Traktor I get the message "Missing controller TSIs". I found the file and copied in every folder Traktor is working with (Settings). I also imported it (Preferences, next to the Setup Wizard), still the same Problem.
    I also downloaded and installed the driver for my controller, X1 and S4.

    Problem started as I changed my Root directory

    Hope you can help me!
  2. dannybyrne29

    dannybyrne29 NI Product Owner

    have you tried defaulting your controllers in preferences..?

    it may rewrite your TSI's so you can start again..!

    I always back up my Native Instruments folder in My Documents when i've set everything up as i like it so that if i ever have any issues i can over write the folder and put it back how i want it..!
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