Omnisphere STEAM folder placement (Windows 7, 8, and 10) (This is VST Plugin help, NOT GAME HELP)



2ND UPDATE: Email me at “DreDredy4@yahoo.com” if you need me to install Omnisphere 2 or 1 FOR YOU over the net through Teamviewer (WINDOWS/PC users only). I only charge $20 through CashApp (or Paypal). You MUST have the Omnisphere install folder on your PC already, I do NOT provide torrent links or anything like that. I’m simply here to help with the installing.

If I can’t install it for whatever reason, you get a refund. Simple and plain.
This is NOT an “ask 100 different questions” type…

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  2. Email me at "DreDredy4@yahoo.com" if you need me to install Omnisphere 2 or 1 FOR YOU over the net through Teamviewer (WINDOWS/PC users only). I only charge $20 through CashApp (or Paypal). You MUST have the Omnisphere install folder on your PC already, I do NOT provide torrent links or anything like that. I simply help with the installing.

    If I can't install it for whatever reason, you get a refund. Simple and plain.
    This is NOT an "ask 100 different questions" type deal, simply business inquiries only (I have a life people).

    I can also help with installing other plugins as well. I got years of experience with this type of stuff so instead of struggling, lemme just end the headache for you. Lol

  3. WOW I haven't signed into this account in literally YEARS, but to every one that said thank you, you're welcome. Hope I helped a bit. lol
    Its been some time, so to everyone who DOESN'T have Windows 7 anymore (damn near everyone in the world lol), for the Windows 8 and Windows 10 people, to find the ProgramData folder you just have to go to your main drive (It should say "Local Disk C:", or something like that), then click the "View" tab at the top of the screen, and then click the "Hidden items" check box. It should show on your main drive now. Again thanks for watching (Holy shit 53k views, thats wild lol)

  4. Thanks for reminding me how to find my User Audio Samples so I could delete the old ones that I don't use anymore. As usual, their manual is wrong since they moved it.  I don't think any software company ever goes to the bother of updating or correcting their users guides. Again, thanks.

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