Apologise in advance but I am just looking for some competent and informed expert advice.
I have been a Cubase user since SX3 all the way up to 8.5. I stopped making music for a while as a became a parent. Now since the world has been on its upside down of late I decided to turn on the old studio computer and load up some old sessions in Cubase to find it does not seems to work as smoothly as it used too.
The issue seems AISO driver related:
- Real Time Peak stays full, until I reset the AISO device a few times
- My Steinberg UR22 Yamaha AISO Device Driver is sporadic and stops playing audio the moment I add a new midi track or VST instrument. I have to reset it in the device options again a few times for it to come back. This never used to happen before.
My suspicions are pointing towards Windows 10 (1909) as this is the only thing that has changed since I last used this computer since 2015/16.
I keep images of previous working builds, I am going to clone this current instance and then rollback to an older image and see if there is a difference between this one and back then before the update.
Question: While I do that is there a known issue with this version of Windows when it comes to AISO Drivers for the UR22 ?
BTW : I read a few topics already that hint to this being the case but I have not found any of them with a definitive solution, just wild theories and uninformed suggestions.
Be great to hear from someone who actually knows what’s really going on.
Windows 10 Pro (1909)
Core i7 3770k
16GB Corsair Ram (Tested)
Samsung EVO 850/860’s
Steinberg UR22 Mk1 (USB2)