I realize now I should have done it the other way around, but I activated Cubase 6 Trial on my e-licenser first, and put in the activation code before I actually ran Cubase 6. Now when I run Cubase 6, it wants to activate the license, but this has already been done. It tries to activate it a 2nd time but fails, so in 20 hours or so, I will no longer be able to use the 30 day trial. My thinking was Cubase 6 would look at the e-licenser and see the trial activated, so it shouldn’t matter what order I do these steps in, but I seem to be mistaken.
Can anyone help?