kflak wrote:@Richard62sx: Managed to delete the files you mentioned, and followed the rest of the steps. Still no joy, still getting the same error when I launch Cubase... Guess I'll have to turn to customer support...
I've reinstalled HSO and followed the instructions in my first post.
When Cubase loaded I got the error message:License error. No valid license found for Halion Sonic SE HSO Factory Presets 01
I still got this error message after the first 3 stages, but no error message once I deleted
DRIVE/Library/Application Support/Steinberg/Content/VST Sound/FCP_SMT_027_HSO_Presets_01.vstsoundA couple of ideas:
1. Was Cubase still running when you deleted the files? Perhaps Cubase rewrites the HSO_Presets_01 file when it closes.
2. If you've used the HSO demo quite often, perhaps there are other HSO files on your disk.
You could search for these:Show All files
as mentioned in my first post.
Type HSO in the Finder search box.
Click on the + sign
underneath the search box.
Check that Search this Mac
(above Kind and Any) is selected.
Click on the Kind
drop-down box and select System files
If System files is not listed, selected Other…. and then tick the box by System files.
drop-down box should change to aren't included
- change this to are included
Delete any Cubase HSO files listed.