“Some content could not be loaded. Either, licensees are missing, or trial licenses have expired”
Followed by a list of presets.
I believe I at some point accidentally downloaded some HALion presets (Symphonic orchestra, maybe sine padshop stuff too since I get the error when opening padshop) that I didn’t have a license for. How would I go about removing the old files and ensuring that I never receive this popup at startup again?
@ Alviras - Go to C:/ProgramData/VST3Presets/Steinberg Media Tech and if there is a Halion subfolder, delete it.
@Cube100…not a Mac user but I think your location may be Library/Audio/Presets…see if you find the presets in there and delete (you can always rename the sub folder if you’re unsure and see if it fixes the message)
Was this ever resolved? I have been dealing with this error message for months. The problem is that the Steinberg download assistant frustratingly doesn’t tell you what you DO have installed, so you can easily find and remove the things you no longer want.
I don’t want to accidentally uninstall something I need, so it would be great if someone had a solution. I tried temporarily moving C:\ProgramData\Steinberg\Content\VST Sound\ to my desktop, but turns out Cubase was looking for those so I moved it back, and it took 10 minutes to reinstate each file.