Ingonator wrote:Gosh wrote:hi ingo, i think the problem is that the largo installer now puts some data into the "program data" folder. i also have crashes with the 64bit version of lector when i try to load the factory programs which are also located in the "program data" folder. as you suggested, loading programs into lector does not lead to a cubase crash when cubase is started in administrator mode. i have to check now if cubase, when started in administrator mode, scans the largo.dll without crashes.
btw. i asked waldorf two times if i can test the beta versions and got no reply. seeing the problems with the windows version now really makes me wonder why i never received an answer.
ps. the lector 64bit version also crashes live 9.1.2 when programs are loaded on my system
Strange, Lector 64-bit seems to be rock solid here in Live 9.1.2 (just checked again). I have all Waldorf plugins as 64-bit here (Lector, Largo, PPG Wave 3.V, Waldorf Edition) and the only crash i could remember seemed to be in an early beta of the 64-bit updates.
My testing system is also nothing special. It's a quite old Sony notebook (also got a desktop PC that i raraely use at the moment) and i use it for almost everything so it's not a dedicated music PC. Also got at least 5 or more hosts installed (including a few demos) at the moment and both eLicenser and iLok 2 dongles which should not really increase stability...
hi ingo, if you start all of yours daws in administrator mode then this could be the cause why you don't experience any problems. maybe you could check if there are crashes if you start cubase, live etc. without the administrator mode (not that i want to provoke some crashes on your system, but this could be a useful information).