Equalify isn’t starting up after following installation directions. I tried installing and reinstalling both multiple times. I’m not sure if the Windows Store Version is the same as the Microsoft Store Version, but if so, I tried using the links from other topics to download the non-store version of Spotify, but it still gives me the Microsoft Store Version. I also tried to do the Spotify Windows Store removal, it still didn’t work.
188.8.131.529.gced9e0f5 (Microsoft Store version)
Equalify Pro version
Not sure. the app isn’t opening
Any special software or hardware you might have installed:
Sennheiser Audio 1.15
Anything else that can be useful or is related to audio processing on your system
USB Headset Sennheiser GSP 350
I’ve done it multiple times now, and retried again after seeing your reply. It still reverts back to Microsoft Store Version and all the files in the Spotify folder disappear after deleting the migrator. I really want to get this app to work since I use Spotify a lot on my PC and I want some EQ controls for my music. Are there any other workarounds for this?
It will block the migrator permanently from running, which should let you at least install the non-store version and use it… But, since that method is modifying the windows registry, you have to do it at your own risk.
Unfortunately this is an issue with how Spotify is bundled with some versions of windows, and it makes it very hard to remove in any other way.
I did the registry thing as well and followed the instructions from another thread about the error popping up when you launch, the error still appears after doing all the instructions, but now I do have the desktop version of Spotify.