I presume that Cubase installs itself in a default directory on the C drive, and I have never changed where it is situated.
Right clicking on the Cubase shortcut on my desktop, I can see that the file paths shown are:
I have also clicked on “Security” in the Cubase Properties (R click on the Cubase shortcut again) and this shows (amongst other headings) that under"Administrator Desktop" Full Control is checked. I have administrator rights set up for me on the desktop PC.
It also shows that under the heading of "my name (me@bt…com) I am set up only with “Special Permissions”. I have edited this to show as “Full Control” in case the update process reads from this.
After saving these, I tried again to update to 12.0.70 but with the same results as previously.
Also, if I click on install on any of the other items with that option as per the first screenshot above, I get the same error message.
Does anyone have any idea why I can’t update please ?
But, R clicking on ther Cubase shortcut after clicking on the “Reset to Default” button, it shows the same Target and Start Locations and the target folder (just above the Cubase 12.0.70 Application (required) on screenshot 1) still shows as it did then, so I gues overall, it didn’t actually change the default folder.