Currently Being ModeratedSep 18, 2012 6:43 AM (in response to bertvanoigen)
It can be that GarageBand cannot remember it installed the loops already - if there is a problem with the Preferences file and this file cannot be written. Try to remove the preferences and then download the loops again, sthe solution for oddball problems in the FAQ:
If this does not help, look at this thread:
Currently Being ModeratedSep 18, 2012 7:23 AM (in response to bertvanoigen)
How do i remove the preferences? Or what are the preferences files exactly? The complete library?!
How to remove the preferences is explained in the link to the FAQ that I posted - can't you open that page correctly?
- Quit GarageBand, if it is running.
- Open your User Library in the Finder. It is hidden in MacOS X Lion, so use the Finder's "Go" menu:
Finder > GO hold down the "Options" key, until the library appears in the menu, select it.
- In the window that opens, open the folder "Preferences" and remove the file: com.apple.garageband.plist and com.apple.garageband.plist.lockfile
Then try again to run GarageBand and download the loops.
The preferences file stores all you user settings that you set using the "Preferences" panel in GarageBand, also the layout of the GarageBand window and the location of your recent projects. You will have to enter these settings again after removing the file.