The other day I downloaded the Cubase Elements 6 trial onto my XP. All was working well until I opened the virtual instruments. Halion Sonic SE doesn’t show any sounds at all when I go to find them. When I open Halion itself, everything appears to be okay except there is no sound content. Then there’s Groove Agent One. I can drag audio onto the pads, and all the drumkits show up, but when I try to use them with the virtual keyboard or create a track with them, a window pops up saying, “Groove Agent ONE Failed to Locate 31 (I have had different numbers too) samples.” What is strange is that Prologue works perfectly, and so do 3rd party VST instruments. Halion One can’t seem to find it’s sounds either even after right clicking toward the bottom and choosing Locate Contents. I’ve spent the last few hours roaming Mediabay trying to find Halion’s missing content- there’s nothing. Groove Agent kits do appear in Mediabay, but again they don’t do anything. Browsing through Elements 6’s contents in Explorer, I don’t see any VST 3 preset content like I do in the software I own. I have contacted Steinberg which seemed pretty stumped, refused to further investigate it as I am running on XP (understandable), and suggested that it was the XP’s fault. I do not believe that, because many use all C6 versions in XP without problems. So, my question is: Will this likely be a problem once I purchase the permanent version and does anyone have any ideas how I could fix this while I still have the trial?
Thanks in advance,