Has anyone successfully installed the Windows 10 Feature Update 2004 that came out at the end of May, such that Dorico is still working?
I installed the upgrade about 6 weeks ago and was immediately plunged into despair with eLicenser error messages not repairable by running the Online Synchronisation & Maintenance utility. However, Dorico did open but it was impossible to get any sound on playback despite all the settings being unchanged (both NotePerformer and the normal HALion sounds were silent), and the eLicenser error messages continued, and they were telling me that something was corrupted in the licensing system. I don’t have any details to hand as to what the error messages actually stated, because the whole duration of my Windows update 2004 experience was little more than one hour - I just rolled back the update using the Recovery option in Settings and everything has worked perfectly since then, including installing a couple of minor security updates that have come along.
Now that more than a month has passed for Microsoft to get its act together and now that I have the latest version of eLicenser Control Centre (184.108.40.2062) and the latest Dorico Pro update to 3.5.10, I’m wondering if it’s worth trying again? I know others have had some eLicenser problems after updates, but mine seemed slightly different to what has been described, in that despite the error messages Dorico did actually open, but the playback was broken.
Also, if I do try this Windows update again, is there any issue about keeping the USB eLicenser plugged in during the update process? A naive question I’m sure.
Very grateful for any suggestions!