Hello Cubase Forum.
This is a licensing question rather than a technical one.
The general question is:
How difficult does Steinberg make it to transfer a Cubase licence from one PC owned by a person to another PC owned by the same person? I have read what seem like horror stories in the recent past.
The detail is:
I have Studio 4 licensed on a hardware eLicenser, an upgrade pack for Cubase 6, and a desktop PC to run it on. However the PC has one of the Creative cards which does not support what Creative calls What-U-Hear and other sound card firms call Stereo Mix. I intend to purchase a fairly heavy-duty 64-bit Windows 7 laptop - with Stereo Mix - to replace my old Studio 4 machine, which is now Cubaseless. I have waited 2 months for the one I want and will need to wait 2 more. In the meantime I would like to install Cubase 6 on the Desktop to learnt about it etc.
BUT am I likely to hit the metaphorical brick wall when I uninstall the product from the Desktop and attempt to transfer the licence to the laptop? Sorry about the length of text, but I wanted to make the situation clear.