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Connor Hegion

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  1. Hey again. So I checked through all of this. There is no other problem software running in the background. No antivirus or anything. I have almost all startup programs disabled as well. Furthermore, I sent a crash dump to Cakewalk Support, and so far they have given me some great suggestions, but nothing has worked yet, even from them. They suggested I delete certain registry keys pertaining to Cakewalk Core, and all that stuff. None of that worked. I'm getting quite frustrated with Cakewalk at this point!
  2. Okay, so, I tested this. It's not this. I loaded up a clean, fresh project, did some light guitar recording with TH3, so far so good, no freezing, no hanging, no crashing. So I did all that, I saved the project, closed Cakewalk, and an hour later, came back and opened up that same project. And we're back to square one. Not responding every two seconds. I am SO confused.
  3. Scratch that, still doing it. Loaded up an old project file and it immediately resumed the "not responding" thing. Was working fine while starting a new project though!
  4. Wow, thank you! I guess somehow my motherboard was being overclocked without my knowledge. Must have been an accidental click while setting up BIOS shortly after install. This seems to have actually completely fixed the problem for now... I appreciate the answers, folks! Now I can get back to using my favorite DAW!
  5. Hey, thanks for the quick response. I always have the latest drivers for everything. Windows Updates, too. nVidia driver is indeed version 461.92. So I checked the Event Viewer and this was the only thing I could find: The program Cakewalk.exe version 27.1.0.98 stopped interacting with Windows and was closed. To see if more information about the problem is available, check the problem history in the Security and Maintenance control panel. Process ID: 4370 Start Time: 01d721dc2bc8d39d Termination Time: 36 Application Path: D:\Program Files\Cakewalk Core\Cakewalk.exe Report Id: 30df41a5-3084-4151-82de-1edcc6d8f2f9 Faulting package full name: Faulting package-relative application ID: Hang type: Unknown Control Panel/Security and Maintenance/Problem Details said the following: Source Cakewalk Application Summary Stopped responding and was closed Date ‎2021-‎03-‎25 7:08 PM Status Not reported Description A problem caused this program to stop interacting with Windows. Faulting Application Path: D:\Program Files\Cakewalk Core\Cakewalk.exe Problem signature Problem Event Name: AppHangB1 Application Name: Cakewalk.exe Application Version: 27.1.0.98 Application Timestamp: 60143d92 Hang Signature: 6f6b Hang Type: 134217728 OS Version: 10.0.19042.2.0.0.256.48 Locale ID: 4105 Additional Hang Signature 1: 6f6b91a22e73903e7447f6fcb01d745d Additional Hang Signature 2: 6d3d Additional Hang Signature 3: 6d3d10d01ddc8775c4b5d20e1944fa10 Additional Hang Signature 4: 6f6b Additional Hang Signature 5: 6f6b91a22e73903e7447f6fcb01d745d Additional Hang Signature 6: 6d3d Additional Hang Signature 7: 6d3d10d01ddc8775c4b5d20e1944fa10 Still have absolutely no idea what any of this means. Cakewalk goes from "Running" to "Not responding" every other second. It's very frustrating! I really appreciate any help here. Thanks in advance.
  6. Hey there! Relatively new user/audio engineer here. First time post. So I just recently did a fresh install of Windows 10 Pro, and, for no obvious reason, Cakewalk appears to no longer function... basically at all. So, the issue is, every three seconds or less, no matter what I do, if I click something in the program or not, the entire program freezes up and stops responding. Even going back and trying to install and use the old Cakewalk "SONAR Platinum" through the Cakewalk Command Center yields the same results. Exactly the same. Freezing up every 2 or 3 seconds. Does anybody have any idea what is going on? Is it a glitch in a new update of Windows or Cakewalk? I just feel like I'm the only one with this problem! And I've never had this issue before, even with my current PC build! This literally has just started happening since my recent fresh Windows install! I haven't changed any hardware at all. CPU: AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X 16-Core Processor 3.40 GHz GPU: nVidia GeForce 1080 Founder's Edition MOBO: ASUS ROG Zenith Extreme Alpha SSD installed copy of Windows 10 Pro Interface: Steinberg UR824, running the latest Yamaha Steinberg USB Driver, output to power conditioner & Focal Alpha studio monitors
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