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"Error #5 something went wrong" in Spitfire instrument

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If you get this message when loading up a Spitfire instrument, please follow the steps below.

This error requires a clean reinstall of the instrument. 


1. Close your DAW

2. Launch the Spitfire Audio App and log in

3. Find the instrument in question by searching in the top right hand corner

4. Click on the instrument artwork

5. Click the "cog" in the bottom right and choose reset

6. Click install

7. Choose the location you wish to store the sample content for the instrument

8. Select install

9. Once done, launch your DAW again and reopen the instrument

 

If this doesn't work, please click the chat icon in the bottom right of your screen and talk to us so that we can help. If you don't see the chat icon, click on the "help" icon with the question mark and submit a ticket.

 

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    Alexey Pshenichkin

    Hi! I did every of 9 points. But there is no results. I still see "error #5". How can i get fix this? Thank you!

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    Ben

    Hi Alexey, I've created a ticket on your behalf so that our support team can help you

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    Martha Lucia

    I'm getting this error too in Logic Pro X and I reinstalled it on a different location the second time but it didn't work. I still get the error. I'd like some help to fix this too. :)

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    Ben

    Martha, I've created a ticket for you too.

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    matthew leader

    Hi. I recieved this error message too. I tried all the steps outlined above but still no joy. I was going to try out the LABS instruments with a view to purchasing one of the larger sample libraries at a later date (specifically Albion one). However, I am concerned about the same thing happening and ending up with a product I am unable to use.

    I checked the hardware compatibility list on The Spitfire Audio site and my computer's specs seem ok. Could the DAW be the problem? I currently use Mixcraft 8; I notice there is no mention of this DAW on the Spitfire Audio website.

    Thanks for your time.

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    Ben

    Matthew, I've created a ticket in our system so that our support team can get back to you

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    Andrey Zanoga

    Hello! I did everything, but it doesn't work. Can you help me?

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    Brett Shaw

    Hi There. I am having the same problem as many of the above comments. Error #5 keeps coming up and no matter how many times i follow the instructions it still appears. Help would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks,
    Brett

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    Ben

    Brett, I've created a ticket on your behalf so that our support team can help.

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    Paul Harlyn

    Same error #25 in Logic 10.3.3 - I have installed 4 Labs libraries on a 2nd drive which is not my system drive.
    Here is a link to my Log File:
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/v3vyoqmiupaimlk/spitfireaudio2018-11-06_16-05-29.log?dl=0

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    Ben

    Paul, I've created a ticket on your behalf so that our support team can help.

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    Noah Gembala

    Hi I got the same error #5. I`ve already tried the points on the website, but there are still no improvements. How can I fix this? thank you!

     

    Edited by Noah Gembala
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    Ben

    Noah, I've created a ticket for you

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    Nathan Burrows

    Hey, after multiple fresh installs of the instruments and the spitfire audio app i still get this error, thanks

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    Ben

    I've created a ticket for you too Nathan

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    Johan Navas

    It did work, but after "ERROR 5" and attemping several reinstallments, nothing works.
    Is it some "magical folder" LABs needs to be in for Ableton to except it?

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    Ben

    Johan, I've created a support ticket for you