Xandre wrote:Hello all,
My PC recently caught a virus and it's been sent to a computer megastore for virus removal. It's possible that they might have to backup my important data (namely, Cubase 5 .cpr project files), remove the currrent O.S. (Windows XP SP3) and install Windows 7 Professional 32 bit.
I was told I would have to reinstall Cubase 5 once the new O.S. was installed. My main question is, how will this affect my existing projects? Also, will I have any issues with my USB e-Licenser? (I have Cubase 5 and Arturia V Collection 3 stored on my USB e-Licenser).
Finally, is there anything else I should be aware of during this virus removal and backup process?
Xandre wrote:(namely, Cubase 5 .cpr project files)
DG wrote:Firstly, forget Windows 32bit. You should install 64bit.
Xandre wrote:Hmm, what about the software drivers for the Syncrosoft USB e-Licenser that were installed with my version of Cubase -- can and should those drivers be backed up? I believe there was a "Syncrosoft" folder on my computer with an "e-Licenser Control Center" or something of the like. Do I need to back this up or are there e-Licenser drivers to download on the Steinberg site?
Or will the drivers simply be re-installed when I re-install Cubase 5?
I hope I'm not obsessing over this, but I just want to make sure my software licenses will remain intact.
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