Is it me or there is something definitely wrong with the maintenance update released today? When I open Cubase after installation I get an error about HS synth_01 sound and other several sound files alike. Finally decided to downgrade to version 8 previously installed and everything went fine back again, just can’t believe the irony of this, any ideas?
Imac late 2013 2.7 Ghz Intel QuadCore i5 Yosemite 10.10.3
Thanks for your quick reply Joshua, however not the error message I got. Unfortunately I decided to revert the process and stick to version 8 (which is running fine) so now am unable to take a screenshot of the message.
As mentioned earlier, the error was about HS synth_01 sound not being found along with other several files of the same type, with dialog box displaying ‘Skip’ (or ‘Ignore’) and ‘Locate’ (or ‘Search’) options. Sorry for this explanation but really wouldn’t want to go through the whole process again. Hope it helps.
Are any of the files in the ‘Additional Content’ folder included in the installation package of Elements 8.0 ever required? Because I had copied those too into the VST Sound folder when I first upgraded from Elements 7, most of which happen to be the HS files in conflict, however some HSSE files were there too. According to your instructions I should not remove those files but the HS’s only and so I did.
Thing is, now I’m getting these two messages (attachments 1, 2) even though I didn’t touch any HSSE files.
Attachment 3 is how my VST Sound folder looks like after having installed the 8.0.2 upgrade, which by the way is exactly how it looked originally (after installing 8.0 but before bringing in the files from ‘Additional Content’ Folder).
My point is, if all those HS and HSSE files in that folder are not required for Cubase’s full performance I should rather delete them all and eliminate the problem source.