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Cakewalk keep shutting down!

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Open in safe mode. Hold down shift key while opening.

So no to everything when it asks should it load xxx, should it load yyy.

If it opens without shutting down, close it without saving.

Then:
Open in safe mode
Only allow it to load one thing
Close without saving.

Each time, let lit load something else.
When it closes by itself, that thing that you loaded is a problem.
Safe load, add everything except the problem.
Save.

Make a plan with the problem. (Try adding at and see if successful. If not try a substitute.)

Good luck. Can be a long painful process if a large project.

 

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17 hours ago, Nigel Mackay said:

Open in safe mode. Hold down shift key while opening.

So no to everything when it asks should it load xxx, should it load yyy.

If it opens without shutting down, close it without saving.

Then:
Open in safe mode
Only allow it to load one thing
Close without saving.

Each time, let lit load something else.
When it closes by itself, that thing that you loaded is a problem.
Safe load, add everything except the problem.
Save.

Make a plan with the problem. (Try adding at and see if successful. If not try a substitute.)

Good luck. Can be a long painful process if a large project.

 

i tried to open cakewalk while holding shift down. Then there came a pop up where it says  image.png.4bc64d371970eddd9c216f6cc91c8173.png

Then i taped on cancel which is annuler in danish. Then i tried to open the project again, but it shutdown again??

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Run Cakewalk.

In Start Screen use either Recent Projects or Existing Projects to see the problem project listed.

If it is in Recent Projects, hold down the Shift Key, click on the project name.

If you need to use Existing Projects, use it to navigate to the problem project, hold down the Shift key, double-click the project file.

The first time through, say No to All.

The 2nd time say yest to the first plugin, no to the rest.

The 3rd time through say yes to the 2nd plug in then no for the rest

When it crashes, the allowed plug in is causing problems.

Shift-open again, saying one by one yes to all the plugins except the problem one.

Save the project. Investigate the problem plugin. If it is a VST3 a good start is to use the VST2 version.

 

 

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Yeah, I'd wager there's a plugin that's not happy based on the video. As mentioned, opening CbB first, then holding shift when opening the project will open via Safe Mode and you can opt for "No to All" for plugins and see if it loads. 

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44 minutes ago, ANTANGIA said:

the cakewalk project freezes and shutdowns, when it loads synthdata iota mini. What is the problem?

Impossible to just say.

Utilities -> Cakewalk Plug-in Manager.
Click on VST3 Instruments (VST3)
If you see it in the right pane (It isn't in this screenshot)
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Click on it and then on Exclude Plugin.
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Now click on VST Instruments (VSTi)
Do you see Iota Mini in the right hand pane.
If you do, great.
    Close the plugin manager.
    Add Iota Mini to your project again. It will be the VTS2 version now. Probably all ok.
If you don't see it.
   Click on Show Excluded.
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    If you see it in the right hand pane, click on it and then on Enable Plug-In
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          Close Plugin manager
          Insert Iota Mini in project.
    If it is not in the right-hand pane, install the VST version of the plugin, restart Cakewalk and insert Iota Mini into your project.

 

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