For the past week or so, I’ve been troubleshooting Cubase, VEP and my PC in general (XMP settings and such so everything is running as it’s supposed to).
I have ironed out almost all of the kinks in the chain and am able to work with Cubase for approximately 15-30 minutes pretty much perfectly. However, after those 15-30 minutes, the audio ‘freezes’ (= turns into a kind of saw-wave and stays on until I close (the crashed) cubase). It doesn’t give an error or create a dump file other than the standard windows ‘Cubase 11 has stopped working’ error in the middle of my screen.
I am running on an up-to-date Windows 10.
Steinberg UR22C on 192KHz and 32Bit on USB 2.0 mode (with 3.1 cable).
Vienna Ensemble Pro 7.0.1056 is connected to my template (although VEP doesn’t crash, do I don’t think it’s related, but atleast worth mentioning).
Ram and CPU usage are constant and not maxed out.
I’m running a GTX 2070 Super with the driver uninstalled since a seeming driver incompatability caused a 0x80070005 error.
I’m also running Cubase and VEP in Admin mode, since I thought that the gpu driver issue might have been an accessibility issue. I also (re)installed eLicencer Control Centre and the Yamaha Steinberg Drivers in admin mode.
Earlier today I had a crash at startup while loading the Virtual Soundstage 2.0 .dll file. It was a different crash than the ones following it and I haven’t had it since that odd one time. This crash did create a dump file which is attached below. I hope it can give some insight:
Cubase 22.214.171.1240 64bit 2021.5.4 126.96.36.1997.dmp (1.5 MB)
(Other than that, this dump file is unrelated to the crashes I mentioned earlier)
The first problem I decribed however keeps reocurring and makes cubase pretty much impossible to use. Is there a way to force a dump file to be made so I can add it here and maybe someone from Steinberg can give me a clue as to where to look (or so I can send it in to support)? I have run out of clues where to look for this problem.
Thank you very much in advance!