Started up cubase today and at the splash screen thsi “E-License needs to be repaired” …“the e-locenes have been corrupted” comes up. my studio PC isn’t connected to Interent, so I couldn’t “repair” the licenses.
But cubase seems to work fine (except for glitches/pops/clicks after windows SP1 update).
How in the wprld did this happen and is it worth it to start messing with network settings to hook up internet to my studio pc to ‘repair’ licences?
Plugged usb-e-license into laptop, 'repaired" licences, put it back into studio pc, again upon starting Cubase I get:
“Your system finger point is not valid anymore. the systems hardware configuration has been changed! soft e-licenseor xxx-xxxxxx-xxx and stored licences have been disabled. Hardware e-licecnes are not affected.”
The message quoted above is about soft E-licenses. That’s why Cubase is not affected. You should get the E-licenser software updated by downloading the installer file and get that to the studio PC on flash USB, like Makumbaria suggested. Then see if your soft E-licenses are still valid (it seems not), and go from there.
I have a different elicenser-related question. I searched for past threads but elicenser is too common of a word in the database to be searched.
my elicenser dongle and software are working fine. my only issue is my computer does not give me the option to eject the usb device. if I open up the control panel, it shows up in devices. but if I try to do the usual procedure for ejecting usb devices, it does not show up. does anyone know how to do this without having to shut down the computer? thanks for any info.