I’m not affiliated to Steinberg, and this forum isn’t Steinberg Support. Anyone trying to help you here is doing so during their free time, out of goodwill.
How about putting yourself in my shoes?
-I have no idea how much you know about computers. Many people have come here in the past complaining about Cubase issues, including some people claiming to have lost clients, when the solution was basically right under their nose.
-I don’t know how good you are at finding solutions on your own. My only clue would be an old post of yours asking a basic Mac question.
-I don’t know how essential these two plugins are to you.
-I don’t know how far into production you were.
-I don’t know if you were aware that you can request previous versions from NI support. Not everyone realizes this. That was my main suggestion, uninstalling was supposed to be a last resort.
Your post only specified 3 things: That Cubase wouldn’t start, that you had a deadline, and that you were looking for possible solutions to try. All I did was point out that you could request the previous version from NI, and mention that if you needed to use Cubase immediately, you would have to uninstall the plugins. Nobody else suggested anything. And you still felt the need to act like a jerk over nothing. Feel welcome.