## Reactor installation failed

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annatronci
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### Reactor installation failed

I tried to install Reactor on my Fusion 16 studio but failed .....(I tried to wait after drag and drop but doesnt work)..Any help?
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### Re: Reactor installation failed

A few more bits of information would be helpful.

Precise version of Fusion? OS?

Just to make sure, could you verify the version of the install script please? Just open the script in a text editor to read it at the top.

Any other peculiarities you have installed? Can you run other scripts without issue?

Thanks!

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### Re: Reactor installation failed

Next, please run Reactor with the REACTOR_DEBUG environment variable set, as described here: viewtopic.php?f=32&t=2440 and post the debug log contents.

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### Re: Reactor installation failed

Windows 10 Pro 1803 (KB4499183)

Fusion Studio 16.0 beta 28 build 28

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_VERSION = [[Version 3 - May 27, 2019]]
_REPO_EDITION = [[Install Reactor v3]]
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### Re: Reactor installation failed

Just the version was fine, thanks

Try the DEBUG variable next?

As another test, you could try installing Fusion 9 (it won't overwrite the Fusion 16 install) and install Reactor from there - see if there is any difference. After all, Fu16 is still beta.

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### Re: Reactor installation failed

A couple more thoughts. So from your screengrab we can tell that the script is running. That's what is causing the open comp to close, for example. What should happen next is that the little installer requester appears. For some reason it doesn't seem to be, which I have not seen before. There is a possibility that it has appeared underneath your main Fusion window, though. Try moving that to one side and see if it is under there?

Or if you have a multiple monitor setup, did it end up somewhere else entirely?

Failing that, you can manually drop the Reactor.fu file into your Config:/ folder and restart Fusion 16. That should get you going, too.

You can get Reactor.fu from https://gitlab.com/WeSuckLess/Reactor

In a default installation in Windows, Config:/ can be found in C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\Blackmagic Design\Fusion

Hope that helps!