I am having massive troubles after moving from my old XP system to my new Win7(64) system. I installed Cubase 6 32bit and the 64bit version as well, I read that this is possible and should cause no troubles. Then I installed my plugins (which is a pain because at least 5 different copy protection types are running, e-licenser, ilok2, codemeter, waves license center, native instruments service center…). Was not easy to get it all running. Then I copied my ControlRoom preset file the according folder of the Cubase32 installation.
Now I have troubles like this:
1 - Some plugins are simply not found by Cubase (even though they are in the right folders that are on Cubase´s list) - like the VST2 versions of SSL Duende native. It only lists the VST3 versions. Eventide Blackhole plugin, not showing up…
2 - Some plugins pop up with resetted settings or wrecked settings when I open up saved projects from my old XP system.
3 - Some plugins have greyed-out parameters like Cubase´s own bypass button and more. For example Antares MicMod does not do anything and most parameters are greyed out and non accessible.
4 - some plugins work but after saving, closing and reopening the project their settings are totally off and/or they are not even passing audio, muting the signal. I get this for example with Waves WNS all the time.
5 - When starting Cubase, the control room section does sometimes load the right settings (the ones it was closed with before) and sometimes another preset. The preset list of the control room section is way too long with multiple entries of each saved preset etc…
Does anyone have an idea what could be the cause of my ill Cubase installation? And what could be the cure?
Thanks a lot,
ps - the PC is from pc audio specialists da-x.de so that is unlikely the problem. I am using Cubase 6.5 which I updated to 6.5 from a 6.2 version. I do not necessarily need the 64 version installed, I want to use the 32bit version for sure to be compatible with old cubase sessions and plugins.