Mediabay Crash

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Mediabay Crash

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Hey.
I got crashes almost everytime i use mediabay.. I got no chance to save my work .

Anyone who has the same problem???
or can anyone tell me what to doo???

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Go through and make sure only DAW releated folders are checked then go to the Prefs folder and delete all mediabay files and re-start Cubase.

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I only got folders in the "application data\steinberg" folder.. is this not the Prefs Folder????

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Yes, the App Data folder is the Prefs folder.

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okay... in that folder no files only folders..

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The Steinberg App Data folder. Access it through the Start Menu.

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okay now I found it :-)....
shall I delete all files and folders???

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Just the ones associated with mediabay. You can delete them all, Cubase will re-build on re-start, but you'll have to set everything up again.

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I have no folders there is associated with mediabay. there is "Content, cubase 5, halionone, midiloops, mixconvert2,patternbanks, sequel,sequel2, soundframe, trackpresets.... Is there one of them there is associated with mediabay????

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Once more, it's NOT a folder. Go to the Prefs Files Link in my sig.

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This is where I am "System drive \Documents and Settings\<your username>\Application data\Steinberg\[Application]" but there is only the folders i mentioned before. and no files.

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Access it through the Start Menu.
Hard time following directions, eh?
dan wrote:System drive \Documents and Settings\<your username>\Application data\Steinberg
Open the C5 folder there and what do you see?

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Re: Mediabay Crash

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nah.... I tried it but I must have done something wrong Because it dident work.... year in the c5 folder there is some files named something with mediabay.... I will try to delete them and see whats happening ... so far thanx :D

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