I think I’ve tracked down at least part of the stability issues I mentioned in another post. When I check “Disable CPU Energy Saving” in Cubase 5 it decreases my the ASIO meter from an erratic 15% to a solid 10% in my test project. There are also no noticable side affects to the computer. However, if I check the box for “Activate Steinberg Audio Power Scheme” in Cubase 6 (I think this is the equivalent parameter) I get a bunch of side affects. Slow or no reponse when clicking with the mouse. The CPU fan increases it’s speed so significantly that you can hear it kick in. Stability goes down significantly causing multiple crashes. All this goes away if I uncheck “Activate Steinberg Audio Power Scheme”. Can someone tell me the difference between the parameter in v5 and the one in v6? Maybe I can modify what it’s doing enough to gain stability instead of loosing it. What does it even do?