Not going that way, sorry. Drivers have to be up-to-date. I’m not looking for a temporary fix, I’m looking for a solution in which Cubase 11 pro can coexist with an up-to-date system for the next year or so. And driver updates are going to be needed soon or later on this system (Cubase is not my only production application on it).
I’m ok using the latest nVidia studio drivers though, since it’s designed to be the most reliable and stable version of the driver.
@wildschwein No need to delete you answer mate! It wasn’t a bad idea. I did try 2 other versions of the studio drivers, and I was still having crashes. I don’t think the problem is there.
Also, I wanted to add that I tried yesterday evening to completely uninstall all versions of Cubase, and only reinstall 10.5.30, which never crashed since its release in March, and now it crashes the same way as Cubase 11…
Somehow, Cubase 11 installation corrupted my system (or saved faulty data in the registry), and now I can’t run any version of Cubase without experiencing random crashes all the time (linked to the dll mentioned in this thread).
I keep updating my ticket, but so far received no answer.
I just right clicked on the file, go to ‘properties’, choose the ‘security’ tab, click ‘advanced’, and then in the ‘permissions’ you can see the difference between your current user (which might have read only access) and the admin account (which usually has full control). I set the file to have full control for the user account.
It didn’t make any difference for me in the end, but this is how I did it.
Hi I did this, but I’m still getting the same issue
What’s happening now is that it seems the computer hangs for a second and everything freezes.
If I click with my mouse or try and execute a key command on the keyboard while it’s hanging or just a moment after it crashes and gives me this error.
this seems to only happen in Nuendo though so I don’t think it’s hardware related.
ERROR_CODE: (NTSTATUS) 0xc0000005 - The instruction at 0x%p referenced memory at 0x%p. The memory could not be %s.
you should try this (in command line):
I had the same crashes with AMD Ryzen 2400g with integrated graphics. And Cubase told me graphics2d and ucrtbase. But what really happend had nothing to do with it. It was a samplerate clock issue between Interface and ADAT-Device.
Since i found it, i never had graphics2d and ucrtbase again and no random crashes! This was over a year ago - no problems since then. Still same CPU / GPU / Hardware etc.