Question about Steinberg Cubase Studio 4 Full Version for PC, Mac
During your computer's boot sequence, watch for a notice telling you which key to strike to ENTER SETUP. This will take you to your BIOS management. Find and disable Intel SpeedStep, C1E, or EIST, or related PowerNow! settings on AMD processors. These power saving settings are designed to slow down or shut down one or more cores of multi-core processors during times when the operating system thinks that the processing power is unnecessary, but running advanced DAW software such as Cubase draws power at very near the full system capacity, and it takes a long time to reboot the temporarily suspended processor cores. During this core reboot lagtime, Cubase is often deprived of the processing power needed to route audio signals through its complex internal bussing system (Steinberg's patented VST system link), and this power loss causes it to crash. If you disable the SpeedStep settings in your BIOS, you may notice a very gentle rise in your electric bill, as your computer's processor will be running at full capacity all the time, but you can always re-enable SpeedStep when you're not planning on recording anything.
Posted on Feb 07, 2011
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