Happened to me as well.
Happened to me as well.
They could surprise us with a v10.0.50 - ahead of the next big 10.5 release… maybe…
It’s worrying that the eLicenser software installed by 10.0.40 is out of date. I’ve had to download the latest version and install it.
A bad mistake Steinberg.
Yea, that’s a huge bug. I lost all samples that was used with Sampler Tracks in a project because of that… Cubase tries to open the samples from OLD folders which I had deleted after backing up the project. It is the same in 9.5. Cubase 10 demo expired before I had the time to test it so thanks for the confirmation.
I wonder if the DOP bug where original files are sometimes overwritten and UNDO won’t work exists in Cubase 10 still…?
I have downloaded and installed the LATEST e-lic software AHEAD of this CB update - will updating now ‘undo’ this and push me back to an out-of-date e-lic version?
That’s what happened to me, so yes - you’ll see it install as you update. Poor show from Steinberg.
after reinstalling Cubase from a freshly downloaded file, still no result. Windows settings were all good. Then I started looking at the files I used. I used mostly Symphonic Orchestra and I could not play any of the samples.
Turns out that the update destroyed the file with the locations settings for Symphonic Orchestra. After relocating them and a restart of Cubase everything works again.
Very sloppy update. Not amused.
Well that’s a shame.
With regard to the wrong elicenser version, I did this (you need winrar installed on your system):
As I reported in a different topic…
I also updated to the latest eLCC software (v184.108.40.20656) prior to updating to 10.0.40. The CB update did not change the eLCC to a previous version. Weird.
Yeah it’s a bigger shame as it came so late in the C10 life cycle too (Presuming C10.5 hits when we expect)… And was a big part of many users upgrading.
I’d like to think that maybe if enough people made a stink they would offer good pricing on the upgrade to C10.5… Me personally, i can’t see myself jumping on C10.5 straight away based on the long dev time for C10… But we’ll see what it offers before jumping too many conclusions… But yeah, they need to think about the effect this has on people’s mindsets of upgrading on day one or not.
Yeah that really is strange, did you not get any kind of install notification for eLCC when upgrading to 10.0.40? I updated within an hour or two of the update going up, so perhaps it’s something they’ve since fixed?
I did not notice any kind of eLCC installation notification during this update. I estimate that I downloaded/installed the CB update maybe 6 hours or so after the release.
I have complained numerous times to Steinberg about the eLCC getting “downgraded” to an older version during CB updates. I was told that the CB installer checks for a newer version of the eLCC and it will install it. For me, that was not the case until about a year ago when my eLCC version stopped being downgraded. Who knows… Steinberg should review for sure.
About the eLicenser issue: I saw during the installation of the update installer on my 10.0.30 system / Windows 10 Pro / 1903 (without the latest feature KB) that eLicenser software was installed/updated, which surprised me. As usually, I started the eLicencer control center after the update and it threw a couple of errors about too old / outdated files and components. Then I downloaded the latest eLicenser installer from Steinberg and installed it and after that the control center opened with no errors. Also CB 10.0.40 opened without any problems.
Anyways, not very professional and a bit concerning. Should not happen…
Regarding the elicenser rollback which also happened to me with this update. If Steinberg has a logical reason for doing this I suppose we would appreciate an explanation otherwise it is simply an error on their part and could have been avoided with due care and attention on their part.
My experience of this update was identical to etchell’s, above. IMHO the elicenser debacle is unfortunate, but not a big deal, since it was so easy to fix.