Cubase takes forever to load

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Cubase takes forever to load

Post by Idanzion » Mon Dec 17, 2018 2:49 pm

I've been using Cubase 10 for a while, and all of a sudden. it just started to take forever to load.
in Task Manager it says Cubase 10 Not responding.
it takes about 30 minutes (!!!) to load.
I did not install any new plugin or VST. only stock.
didnt change anything in windows settings nor installed anything new.

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Re: Cubase takes forever to load

Post by tubesniffer » Wed Dec 19, 2018 4:14 pm

Generally project load times increased a little, around 10% if I remember right compared to 9.5.x
Would be nice if new version of Cubase would be on par with the old versions performance wise.
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Re: Cubase takes forever to load

Post by DaveP » Thu Dec 20, 2018 11:58 pm

Wondering if anyone else has this too - 9.5 runs happily on my Mac, but the 10 Demo just cannot load up at all. I have tried trashing preferences and uninstalling and reinstalling the E Licenser latest version too.
Just cannot get it to load at all.....
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Re: Cubase takes forever to load

Post by DTS Recording Studio » Fri Dec 21, 2018 12:36 am

Been having long load times between projects in 10! Thought it had crashed when the load window just hangs there on a track, but 5 mins later it starts finishing loading. Definitely something that should be addressed.
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