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Re: POLL: Is C6 hanging on exit for you?

Posted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 12:08 pm
by additive
@sprbeast I'm confident it will resolve your problem. I'm glad it helped someone else! :)

Re: POLL: Is C6 hanging on exit for you?

Posted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 1:35 pm
by funkman
WHOHOOOO!
I done what tabsel said to do,and unwrapped vst3 then rewrapped. not crashing now!
time to get back to makin music.
not that this was stoppin me,but i have tendency to let little things like this distract me!

Re: POLL: Is C6 hanging on exit for you?

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2012 6:49 am
by Joan Cubaez
Two days ago I renewed my chipset drivers for my ASUS board and now Cubase closes properly.

Re: POLL: Is C6 hanging on exit for you?

Posted: Mon Sep 24, 2012 9:26 pm
by honkytonkey
Norbury Brook wrote:
brissyproducer wrote:My issue is as follows.

Cubase 6.5.164bit with instance of BFD2.3.0.38 64bit hanging on close of project or exit program when project open.

Test Procedures

Test 1 :
Open cubase
Create empty project
Insert Instrument Track with BFD2 as Instrument
Close Project
= Hang

Test 2 :
Open cubase
Create empty project
Insert Instrument Track with BFD2 as Instrument
Remove BFD2 from the instrument track ie. go over to the inspector and change it to no device in the instrument track
Close Project
= No Problem

Test 3 :
Open cubase
Create empty project
Insert Instrument Track with BFD2 as Instrument
Close Cubase with project still open
= Hang

Test 4 :
Open cubase
Create empty project
Insert Instrument Track with BFD2 as Instrument
Remove BFD2 from the instrument track ie. go over to the inspector and change it to no device in the instrument track
Close Cubase with project still open
= No Problem

Any ideas for me would be appreciated

Thanks

Greg
Same problem here,it's a PIA in front of clients here as I have to force quit and reopen Cubase if I'm moving between songs that have BFD in them.



MC
+1 here (but with C5.5.3).
It was working fine on my old installation with Vista 32bit, Cubase 32bit and BFD2 32bit... (almost same hardware, I only replaced the harddisk with Vista by a SSD when switching to Win7, but I did a re-install "from scratch").

After changing to Win7 64bit, C5.5.3 64bit, BFD2 2.3.1.5 64bit, the problems started...

Already conatacted Fxpansion support and received a beta version which did not solve the problem.

Re: POLL: Is C6 hanging on exit for you?

Posted: Sun Oct 14, 2012 1:20 am
by jss
THis is my last chance to avoid selling or giving back my brand new Cubase 6.5.4

first i was afraid of the 64 bit issues between 32 and 6bits4 plug ins. But using C6 without any Vst already caused video problems, made me wait 3 or 5 minutes for each task.

Steinberg asks for minimun requirement, but i think they should ask for maximun requieremet.

i can figure that my i7 with .7200rpm. 6RAM is not enough for the system to work as it should/


Ive installed 4 times and cant get things go better.

Very upset.

Thanks for answering.

Juan Sabato

Re: POLL: Is C6 hanging on exit for you?

Posted: Sun Oct 14, 2012 1:10 pm
by funkman
do u use automap?

Re: POLL: Is C6 hanging on exit for you?

Posted: Wed Oct 17, 2012 12:31 pm
by igor4
TabSel wrote:automap -> software setup

left bottom you see the plugin types: VST2, VST3, RTAS etc...

clicking on a type reveals a list of plugins of that type.

mark all (<ctrl>-A) and uncheck any checked plugin -> unwraps all wrapped plugins
mark all and check any unchecked plugin -> wraps all unwrapped plugins

wrapping means that automap creates a new plugin, which basically is a copy of a so called "automap client" file, which might get updated on new automap releases. So, with a new automap release, sometimes these clients get updated, too, which makes it necessary to "rewrap" the plugins, which is usually stated within the release notes.
Thanks TabSel for suggestion!!
Yes - I did basically the similar, and it solved the issue for me (after more than a year hanging on exit):
In windows file explorer I searched all my VST folders for .dll an .vst3 files with the text "(Automap)" in their name and deleted them.
Then opened Automap and did regular Setup with Cubase 6. Note! - You must go through the whole Automap Sw Setup process - ie. Start and Restart Cubase while still in Automap Setup Process - as per instructions. Do not close the proces earlier.
Cubase 6.0.7 is closing fine now without any hangs!

Re: POLL: Is C6 hanging on exit for you?

Posted: Wed Oct 17, 2012 1:34 pm
by Telogic
I also want to confirm that cubase 6.5.4 hangs on exit every time ,i also was with another producer the other day working at his studio and cubase was hanging and sometimes crashing after loading and unloading pluggins.
This is on osx 10.8.2.

Re: POLL: Is C6 hanging on exit for you?

Posted: Wed Oct 17, 2012 1:42 pm
by funkman
are u running automap?

Re: POLL: Is C6 hanging on exit for you?

Posted: Wed Oct 17, 2012 2:56 pm
by Telogic
funkman wrote:are u running automap?
I am running automap 4.5

Re: POLL: Is C6 hanging on exit for you?

Posted: Wed Oct 17, 2012 3:13 pm
by Marcus
Here is the link to a knowledge base article related to the endless Novation issue:

https://www.steinberg.net/en/support/kn ... ation.html

Cheers,


Marcus

Re: POLL: Is C6 hanging on exit for you?

Posted: Wed Oct 17, 2012 3:29 pm
by haraldsson
I am still having hanging on exit. I have no Automap installed. I have had Cubase 6.5.4. (Mac) open without any project open and after some time when I quit it still hangs... Nothing open but the pure Cubase 6.5.4. (Mac). So in my case this is definitely not related to Automap.

For me, this hanging on exit is only Mac related. I Don't have this problem on Windows 7.

Re: POLL: Is C6 hanging on exit for you?

Posted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 12:46 pm
by Antonio Escobar
Same here on Mac and with Nuendo too.

Re: POLL: Is C6 hanging on exit for you?

Posted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 12:47 pm
by Antonio Escobar
No reboot need, btw, just reopen again.

Re: POLL: Is C6 hanging on exit for you?

Posted: Mon Oct 22, 2012 1:11 pm
by Marcus
Hi guys,

feel free to contact the Steinberg support in order to get further information.

Cheers,

Marcus