problem with cubase start

hi guys
i have a big big problem a cubase start

I premit that i am a regular user and that i have reguarly purchased cubase 5 and then regularly purchased cubase 6 update

Now since three days, cubase 6 ( 64 bit, i have windows 7 64 bit) my Cubase 6 64 bits at the start, blocks when it reads “Content”…i then load the task manager of windows, close it, and when i close it it apears me a ùn error message ( cubase 6 artists has gne in conflict ( or smething like that) with synopsos .exe)

I have checked my e-usb licence and it is all ok

i also have updated my cucbase 6 t the last version ( 6.03) but no way t start cubase


Couls You please tell me how to solve this problem? I am in panic

first thing would be to download the elicenser software update. Don’t have the direct link handy, but http://www.steinberg.net/en/mysteinberg.html is where you can find it.

hi and thank you for the reply

but cubase 6 64 bits still blocks at “Contents”

i have downloaded the new e licenec, restarted cubase 6 64 bit, by it still sticks on “content”

cubase 5 instead wrks fine

could you please help me?

i really dont understand why steingerg leaves alne the regular users :frowning:

Sounds like a file can’t be loaded… Sorry I can’t offer more help, maybe a windows user will chime in.

have unisnstalled cubase 5, bubase 6 ( i bouht un upgrade from 5 to 6 of cubase), but it still says that " cubase artists made a conflict with Synopsos.exe…which seems to be a part of the e usb licencer…i downloaded the latest usb licencer driver but cubase still doesnt work and blocks on " contest" when loading"…




pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeee!!! ia ma regular registered uder i have regularly purchased both cubase 5 and 6 upgrade i have spent a lot f money!!!

and it doesnt work !!!

I think this is a typical problem for Steinberg Support, I would contact them (Details at the top of the Page) and hopefully someone will guide you thru your error.

Short answer form me, if you have a system that has been “thru the wars” with installs, program deletions, updates etc…I would start from scratch, I am presuming Cubase being your biggest purchase, and as such should be given priority in your computer. A fresh reformat, and installation of windows , has solved many peoples errors time & time again. :smiley: