I’ve already contacted the support, but I read that it can take some time for the support team to respond so I thought that I will post a topic here in the forum.
I’ve built a new audio computer two weeks ago, because my old one was outdated. Specs: i79700k CPU, Gigabyte Z370 Motherboard, KalmX Geforce 1050i Graphic Card, RME HDSP 9632 PCI sound card, 2x UAD PCIe DSP Cards (1x Octo & 1x Solo).
My old system was a windows 7 system and ran with cubase 7.5. I NEVER EVER had issues due to unstability.
I heard that Cubase 10 works better with modern CPU’s (and Windows 10), so I updated my Cubase 7.5 to 10.
I’ve assambled my new PC, installed Windows 10, installed my RME sound Card drivers, installed Universal audio driver, installed some third party VST’s, installed Cubase and than I started my software.
Everything worked fine and seemed to be very proper.
I’ve worked for 1/2 hours with my Cubase… Created maybe 8-10 audio tracks and had like 6-8 universal audio cambridge EQ’s running. (no other VST’s involved) CPU didn’t even recognize it was working and my DSP load was like 2-3%. No workload for the hardware at all.
after 1/2 hours Cubase immediatly starts crashing. And after it crashed the first time, it crashes permanently. (Only when I’m in the project. cubase lets me load my project but after 1sec-2mins it crashes)The program just quits without any error messages or sth like that. At least cubase creates crash dumps that I could report to the cubase guys.
I’ve changed sample rates/buffer sizes and even unplugged my graphic card (because I read in a forum that cubase 10 has problems with some graphic cards (what?! ))… no chance. Cubase crashes either immediatly after start up or at the latest after 2 minutes.
Maybe somebody here had some simiilar issues? Any problem between Universal Audio and Cubase?? Problems between Windows 10 and Cubase?
If the support won’t fix my problem I will probably try to downgrade to Cubase version 7.5/9.5 or sth and wait till Steinberg will release a stable product for my system.
Oh, and I’m pretty sure that I’ve installed all the latest drivers for my hardware, because I don’t have a CD drive. So I downloaded the latest drivers for all of my stuff from the net two weeks ago.
EDIT: I’ve just reopened the project and when I don’t play any audio it seems to be stable. (For about 30/40mins now) I don’t touch anything and cubase doesn’t crash. But when I start to play audio it crashes again…