Thank you for your (somewhat unconstructive) reply. I know that they say that Windows 11 is unsupported at this point in time but therein lies the problem…
Windows 11 came out on October 5th and had been in beta a long long time before that. There has been plenty of time in other words. Now maybe you live your life by the sluggish Steinberg timetable (although they are quick to sell “new” plugins) …but I don’t…I can’t in fact. I have my older Windows 10 machines still but for compliance reasons must and have obtained new hardware that is able to host Windows 11.
Now that you understand that, you will of course be able to explain why if Steinberg is moving towards compatibility (albeit very slowly) that they would release a “new” Wavelab (11) that is patently incompatible with Windows 11 and then double down on the error by releasing a patch that perpetuates the error only 7 days ago. Once in the hole you start to dig right?
All I can say is they better fix it quick. I paid good money for ALL Steinberg software and to be unable to use it on the current operating system is completely unacceptable.
I ask again has anyone (user or at Steinberg) tried Wavelab 11 on Windows 11 and can they confirm that is breaks the mounting of iso’s because of that driver failing to load. An acknowledgement by someone at Steinberg would be sufficient for now…but not for much longer.