Possibly..but the end result would still be the same, leaving me with the same issue regardless, as MuLab would still try to include the other dll file during the scan..but would give the same error message..I suspect. (I didn't try actually scanning the whole folder like you suggest.)bibz1st wrote:Maybe a better thing to do then is scan the folder that contains any possible .dll unless you know which one specifically
I still don't know what that other dll file is for and iZotope support still haven't gotten back to me in answer to my reply. Does anyone reading this actually know what the difference between the two dll files is and what the other one does? They both installed into the same folder..one seems to be your standard VST 2 dll file, which MuLab can scan and load..while the other..well..I don't know what it is or does. I've never noticed any other VST installing a file like this one before, so I can't even make a guess as to it's purpose.