Hi everyone… brand new problem.
New PC, running Windows 7 (64-bit). Same (Syncrosoft) dongle I’ve been using for years.
Running Cubase 5.5.2 (64-bit)… which worked fine until today.
Just installed a new RME RayDAT sound card (main card is Rev.1.2, daughter card is Rev.1.1).
Then installed GigaStudio 4.01 (64-bit).
Now, every time I do one of two things:
(1) launch GigaStudio, or
(2) launch Cubase after I’ve launched GigaStudio,
an error message pops up that says:
Soft-elicenser doesn’t have enought permissions to run properly. Please run LCC to fix this problem."
[the mis-spelled “enought” is in the actual error message]
If I click “OK,” the programs continue to load… but then, when I try to assign a MIDI port in a MIDI track in Cubase (one of RME’s special low-latency GSIF MIDI ports) Giga crashes. Then, as I try to close Windows, RME driver hdsp64.sys crashes and causes a “PROCESS_HAS_LOCKED_PAGES” Blue Screen.
I’ve had this problem with eLC software v18.104.22.1689, and then with v22.214.171.1240 (which is the current version). I’ve also had these problems with the current and previous versions of the RME driver.
Incidentally, I have no idea what the “Soft-eLicenser ( SeL)” is, as there was no such thing when I started using this dongle.
When I launch the eLicenser Control Center, I see all of my licenses in the “USB-eLicenser” panel, but there are no licenses in the “Soft-eLicenser ( SeL)” panel. Should there be any? Cubase seems to think so…
Any ideas what’s going on?