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Le Brisc
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hi all, 

 

just a little question

i did the windows 10 May update (version 2004)  earlier this week

and yesterday i did the unify 1.1 update on my windows 10 pro x64 pc

i start it first time stand alone to drag and drop the libary file update, but unify ask me to enter my key again to unlock

 

today i updated my  win7x64 laptop with 1.1  ...runs smooth no unlock was required 

if this happens to other win 10 user who, update let me know

 

see yah all @ livestream

cheers Kristian


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saif_sameer
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Hi,

Well it is common issue after such major OS updates, there might a need to reactivate some software apps, depending on their copy protection methods surely.

How many Unify activations left? On the profile can check.

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Anytime you have to re-activate, send a note explaining why to UnifySupport@PlugInGuru.com, and we'll bump up your activation count to compensate.


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Le Brisc
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@getdunne @saif_sameer

 

thanx, yeah  i will do that if its necessary

and one thing is happens with these "big os update"

windows resets all soundcards to 48 khz,  ua apollo twin, onboard and uca202

was a bit coincidence that i noticed this  because i´m workin on 44.1

 

greets kris

 


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saif_sameer
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Well most likely those audio interfaces are using 3rd party ASIO driver(s), ASIO4ALL perhaps? In this case, yes their settings will revert to the default.

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This is probably a useless contribution from me. However..

Whilst I have Unify installed normally, I also have various Sandboxie sandboxes in to which I have installed various groups of VST plugins. When I want to use those plugins, I launch Unify in to the relevant sandbox. What I found is that certain sandboxes triggered the Unify re-activation dialogue and others didn't, and it took me several hours to figure out why (ish). It was due to the presence of a Windows folder inside the sandbox, which had probably arrived by way of a call to update Microsoft .NET or something like that.

As I say, this is probably useless information but where else would I get an excuse to tell this fascinating story?


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getdunne
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@hallenberg

All these little bits of feedback are useful. They may point the way to understanding something else important in future, so keep 'em coming!

 


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