hey man, so in the x86 program files folder there should be all your cubase stuff that you
should respectively use with the 64bit version of the software.. it should be where youre
installing plugins and storing samples to use and access from within cubase..
with FL studio if i wanna dump samples or whatever into the browser or install a plugin
(although FL automatically registers and locates installed plugins - i dont know about
cubase) i look for the image line folder where all the FL stuff is kept and whack it into
that respective FL folder.
dont use the regular program files folder if youre on a
64 bit system.. then again, im only telling you what ive heard, but apparently you can get
most DAW's in 32 and 64 bit versions... you MIGHT have a 32 bit version installed on a 64
bit system, in which case DO use the regular "program files" folder OR get a different
64bit version of cubase.
hope i could be of some help, i dont use cubase so i dont
know quite how it operates but yeah i imagine it could possibly be one of those probs.. i
vaguely remember reading something about it somewhere...