Omnisphere tries to create that file in that folder when opening a web page. Maybe it's a permissions problem on that folder that prevents the creation of that file? We're checking it at this end but haven't had any reports from beta testers of this problem (they've been using 1.0.1d for a while now).
I'm having the same problem. Checking the updates or do other things that use an internet result in a little crash of my Cubase (ver.4.5.1 on PC) - I say 'little' because it doesn't really crash, I just get the standard message that the "serious problem occured..."
EDIT: I just noticed that because of this problem, I can't open the reference guide from omnisphere. So maybe it's not because something needs internet connection or even the internet explorer in particular, but just maybe the new version has problems with opening any external programs?
The good thing is, I can of course still open the reference guide manually, from the STEAM folder.
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The same here. I also use Cubase 4.5.1.I'm having the same problem. Checking the updates or do other things that use an internet result in a little crash of my Cubase (ver.4.5.1 on PC) - I say 'little' because it doesn't really crash, I just get the standard message that the "serious problem occured..."
We've obviously got a problem here with a few windows users who have something unusual about their system configuration. Workarounds until we figure this out:
1) Access the reference guide by visiting the Omnisphere/Documentation folder in explorer and double click on the html files.
2) Access updates by visiting http://www.spectrasonics.net/updates in your web browser
Great, i'm glad thats being addressed.
As for the load time - is 35 seconds the best load time i can expect from omni, or are there any plans to optimise load times in future updates?
I have a longer load time now with 1.0.1d than I did before. This is in Cubase 4 and XP.
Omnisphere loads in 75 seconds down from 15 minutes after updating. This is without clearing files from C:\windows\temp. I'm hoping spectrasonics will continue to improve load times without having users to manually delete files from window temp. folders...etc.