Martin.Jirsak wrote:More information would be useful, if we try to suggest any solution.
What version of Cubase do you use exactly (Cubase/Artist/6.0.X, 6.5.X; 32/64-bit)? What OS (Windows - which version; Mac OS - which version; 32/64-bit) do you use? Are you using 3rd party plug-ins? Do you have last version of eLicenser Control Center? Can you write more information about the error?
Did you try to trash preferences?
Crossroads wrote:it could be..
but Steinberg is not thinking that NOT all people have the cash to BUY Windows 7 ... I wanted to upgrade for some time but my other huge investments kept me from doing it...
I am running a rental company with a big sound system, a recording studio / band / a guitar brand.. is not always easy ..
Steniberg should do it right..
Conman wrote:it could be..
But the USER must also do enough research to prevent himself spending money on an expensive app upgrade, because they can tell their customers they have it, when they can't afford to upgrade the OS to make it function properly.
That's the way business people function in my neck of the woods. You don't buy a 4 wheel drive car and then complain that when winter comes the manufacturer didn't supply it with winter tyres.
If what I'm quoting is correct then my best advice is don't do that again. As grandma used to say, buy to impress?! You'll only wear it once!
The Steinberg customer should do it right as well.
Martin.Jirsak wrote:Windows XP is not supported OS for Cubase 6.5. Steinberg doesn't guarantee stability and all functions of Cubase 6.5 under the Windows XP. Maybye, Windows XP is the problem.
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