Just uninstalled HalionOne after realising the install had gone wrong and it had put it’s basic content on my C:\ drive, and was refusing to see the content on my Audio Source drive.
Noticed that after uninstalling, that under:
there was still about 4GB of data.
Not really good to leave such a large amount of redundant data on users HD after they think they’ve removed it.
How to recreate (Windows 7):
- Uninstall HalionOne and any additional contents or entries under Programs & Features
- Browse to C:\Users[username]\AppData\Roaming\Steinberg\Content\Halion
- Right click on ‘Halion’ folder and choose properties.
- Notice a large amount of data in the GBs still present.