Disk Images (or ISO files) are computer files that store the contents and structure of a disk volume, e.g. a DVD. Installers of older Native Instruments products were provided as Disk Images which must be mounted on your computer in order to begin the installation process. This article explains how to download and mount these Disk Images.
We strongly recommend using a download manager such as iGetter to download Disk Images. Once the download is complete, you will see a file with the extension ".iso" or ".dmg" in the download directory.
- Open the downloaded .iso/.dmg file with the Disk Image Mounter utility, which is installed on all macOS computers. Right-click the file and select Open with > DiskImageMounter from the menu:
Note: It is important to use Apple's DiskImageMounter and no other third party tool, in order to guarantee a flawless procedure.
- The Disk Image will be mounted as a virtual drive. Double-click the file with the extension '.pkg' that is inside the virtual drive to start the installation:
- When the installation has finished, unmount the virtual drive by dragging it to the Trash.
Note: We recommend creating a backup of the .iso/.dmg file for future use. If the installer does not work properly, download it again using the iGetter download manager. If you encounter any problems during the installation, refer to the article linked in the Related articles area below this text.