Running windows 10, I noticed that some older plugins that still work in Cubase 9 on the same machine crash when opened in Cubase 10.
But… I found a work around…
If you run Cubase 10 in ‘compatibility mode’ for ‘windows 8’. All those plugins work fine, however you get a message saying “Soft E-Licenser does not have enough permissions” on bootup if you do this and Soft E-licenser plugins are disabled so that is the negative side effect of running it in ‘compatibility mode’ but the plugins that would previously crash Cubase end up working fine.
Running Cubase 10 in administrator mode does not fix the issue. I assume this is some sort of permission issue?
Cubase 10.0.5.72 64bit 2018.11.15 22.19.dmp (976 KB)
Cubase 10.0.5.72 64bit 2018.11.15 22.21.dmp (767 KB)
Cubase 10.0.5.72 64bit 2018.11.15 22.29.dmp (847 KB)