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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/06 15:30:18 (permalink)
Yes, it's live now :-) sorry it took so long, thanks to your feedback we found some things we wanted to add in and needed to make the cut today!
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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/06 15:34:59 (permalink)
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Yes, it's live now :-) sorry it took so long, thanks to your feedback we found some things we wanted to add in and needed to make the cut today!

Any chance renaming the app so that it doesnt appear as 'Update' by Manufacturer GitHub in the msconfig startup Tab?

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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/06 16:41:53 (permalink)
"C" Cleaner not CC Cleaner, I see a lot of people call it that, must be a brain trick

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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/06 16:46:38 (permalink)
Yes, we think we have a fix to the updater saying GitHub in 3.0.6, testing it.

3.0.5 is now rolling out, should complete by Saturday morning USA time latest! So don't panic if you haven't received it yet.
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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/06 16:51:25 (permalink)
I'm still on the old Assistant version and it does not offer or provide any way to update it.
 

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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/06 17:06:50 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby pwalpwal 2018/04/07 09:58:48
Is there a list of what each update contains please?

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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/07 04:44:06 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby pwalpwal 2018/04/07 09:58:43
FYI, I just had an update pushed to me.
BA is now at v3.0.6
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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/07 05:24:10 (permalink)
It's there now but all you guys are sleeping. When you open bandlab asst it will now tell you there is an update. It installs it with the added feature in settings menu to disable auto start--like mentioned above....

 
 
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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/07 05:25:02 (permalink)
When you launch it now it will offer the update!

 
 
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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/07 08:32:23 (permalink)
You guys having hiccups already. Doesn't look good, I think I will pass on Cakewalk for bandlab. It's Freeware. Not interested!
Also was disappointed with the name. No effort was put into that cakewalk by bandlab lol too many syllables. You know whats going to happen to this free ware?

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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/07 08:44:36 (permalink)
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...When you open bandlab asst it will now tell you there is an update. It installs it...

 
Mine didn't display anything or offer any way of updating itself. I had to download and install the update manually.

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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/07 09:21:16 (permalink)
All working well and good here with app version 3.0.6. I've edited the title to reflect that its fixed. Thank you :-) 

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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/07 09:41:36 (permalink)
glad to see the app has an update checker now...however, it seems that it still adds itself into startup...maybe 3.0.6 resolves this issue..

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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/07 10:00:05 (permalink)
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glad to see the app has an update checker now...however, it seems that it still adds itself into startup...maybe 3.0.6 resolves this issue..


Yes 3.0.6 adds an option to disable at startup, check first post in this thread I`ve added a image. I`ve tried and it works as expected on WIN 7 anyway. 

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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/07 11:36:11 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Geo524 2018/04/11 01:34:16
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You guys having hiccups already. Doesn't look good, I think I will pass on Cakewalk for bandlab. It's Freeware. Not interested!
Also was disappointed with the name. No effort was put into that cakewalk by bandlab lol too many syllables. You know whats going to happen to this free ware?




So the early release version of the software is finding its feet just several days in on its initial release, and you don't like a name which already has a strong brand presence associated with this product. None of those things are any kind of surprise. The former is expected, and the latter is actually a very smart marketing idea.
 
This app, except for the extra plugins that came with Platinum, is a full featured DAW that's worth hundreds of dollars that people can now use for free. I don't get the "it's free, it's crap" mentality here. If you had SPLAT, you have 99.9% in it that works fine with CbB. If you didn't, you have 85% of what was in it - for free. It's a no-brainer, unless you've already written it off regardless. Why are you still here if a competitor's product is so far superior?

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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/07 13:52:02 (permalink)
As a side note, why doesn't the Bandlab Assistant remember your login details? I disabled the automated launch but even if I didn't do that, I sure wouldn't enter my bandlab login details each time I opened my computer...
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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/07 14:59:36 (permalink)
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As a side note, why doesn't the Bandlab Assistant remember your login details? I disabled the automated launch but even if I didn't do that, I sure wouldn't enter my bandlab login details each time I opened my computer...


Yeah, that would be handy, rather like Waves Central does :-)

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Re: [FIXED] Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/07 19:16:55 (permalink)
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Is it possible to prevent BandLab assistant from automatically starting up with windows (win 7 here) I did disable it in CCCleaner but it keeps restarting itself. The reason why, it seems to be taking over my ASIO device, when opening Cakewalk or Studio One it keeps saying my output is in use? Happens when you click on the "Sounds" tab in the app.
 
UPDATE: This issue is now fixed with App version 3.0.6
 




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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/09 14:33:23 (permalink)
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As a side note, why doesn't the Bandlab Assistant remember your login details? I disabled the automated launch but even if I didn't do that, I sure wouldn't enter my bandlab login details each time I opened my computer...




Actually I just tried this, if you just "quit" the app rather than "sign out" it seems to remember your details.

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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/10 14:30:22 (permalink)
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You guys having hiccups already. Doesn't look good, I think I will pass on Cakewalk for bandlab. It's Freeware. Not interested!
Also was disappointed with the name. No effort was put into that cakewalk by bandlab lol too many syllables. You know whats going to happen to this free ware?


I think to have hiccups are the norm when launching new SW since forever. A lot of great ideas and SW have come out of Freeware/Shareware. Even Fruity L00ps was launched as Shareware back in the day. CB isn't Freeware though, more like DonationWare. 
 
The name Cakewalk by BandLab, or CB (Maybe CB^2) for short is perfect ... and logical. 
 
I think it is grand to launch it costless, as this will give people regardless of their means access to the DAW. Personally I will be making a donation towards the development, somewhat limited because of current economic situation ... but an ocean is made up of many small drops ... and I will give what I can.
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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/10 22:34:44 (permalink)
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Autoruns is a program I've used for years to handle startup apps.
 
Run as Administrator, select the "Logon" tab and un-check anything you don't want to start automatically. The program gives easy access to a lot of other settings as well. I haven't installed BandLab Assistant yet so I can't say with certainty that it will persist for this app but I assume it would.
 
https://docs.microsoft.co...als/downloads/autoruns


Thanks a lot for this link. With this utility I was able to solve the problem. 
The v3.0.6 update to BandLab Assistant did not work for me. Despite selecting
"Disable on Startup" it had no effect on reboot. 
 
I'm on a Win7x64 SP1 System for those interested. The splat screen is a turnoff, 
when it can not be disabled ... CB get bad PR because of this over on the Fruity Loops
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into FLS. Future users are being lost.
post edited by iRelevant - 2018/04/11 12:47:29
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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/10 22:39:43 (permalink)
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All working well and good here with app version 3.0.6. I've edited the title to reflect that its fixed. Thank you :-) 


It's not fixed for me ... and I'm running under Win7x64 Pro SP1. Turning on or off makes no difference. I needed to use the utility referred to by "tunedef" to get things sorted. Not good. I seen it is a deal breaker for some checking out the release.
post edited by iRelevant - 2018/04/11 11:07:30
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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/10 23:33:54 (permalink)
It does not work for me either on a windows 10 home laptop. This is annoying but I can wait for a fix.

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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/11 09:13:27 (permalink)
Me too. Version 3.0.6  auto launches on boot regardless of the "Disable/Enable launch on startup" setting.

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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/11 14:12:10 (permalink)
Yes can confirm, it`s still broken. I thinks it`s because I initially deleted the startup registry entry and disable startup. If you enable startup again, restart, then disable startup, it doesn't remove the registry entry. Quick fix for now: If you disable startup then remove the registry entry, it wont run at startup. 

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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/11 17:46:13 (permalink)
Thaks for addressing this.  I thought it was a quirk in just my system, until I read this thread.  But then, that is why this forum is so valuable.  duh.  thanks guys.

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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/04/11 20:04:56 (permalink)
Hmm, I didn't do anything and it never pops up for me anymore. It did at first but now it's gone.. it must like me :)  I'll have to check the version when I get home, possibly my dog has been using my computer again. 

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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/06/18 17:16:11 (permalink)
For what it's worth, if anyone runs into the problem again, go to Control Panel, Administrative Tools, System Configuration, Startup and uncheck BandLab Assistant.
 
I'm running Win7 and doing the above stopped the assistant from launching on startup.
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Re: Disable BandLab Assistant at Windows Startup? 2018/11/15 01:37:49 (permalink)
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Windows 7 64 bit here
 
msconfig is the way to stop it.


+1  it works.
 
Right click the start button.
click run.
type "msconfig" and click OK.
Select the Startup Tab and click Task Manager link inside.
Click BandLab Assistant and select the "Disable" button in the lower right corner of the screen.
 

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