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My Steinberg product says "no license found," what should I do?
My Steinberg product says "no license found," what should I do?
Updated over a week ago

This article is applicable for Cubase and Backbone

  1. If your Steinberg product says "No license found" or is expired, please first check the expiration date on your Steinberg account: https://account.steinberg.net/products/licensings

  2. If the expiration date has not passed, open the Steinberg Activation Manager application and click "Refresh"

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  3. If your expiration date has passed, please make sure to renew your subscription here: splice.com/profile/plans

  4. If you have a past-due payment, you can update your payment to renew your subscription here: splice.com/profile/billing

  5. If you have paid off your Steinberg product, please click here.

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