Inserted it on my stereo master, it crashed REAPER before the interface even came up! I had this same problem running Pro Tools LE 7.3.1cs2, except I could at least get the interface up and could tweak a couple of knobs before PT crashed.
There's a free demo for the EQ at: Maybe someone can download it and see if they have the same problem??? I love their 315 compressor and what I can get out of the 517EQ, is music to my ears. I'm pretty sure it's on my end and I can't thank Sonalksis enough for their help. I'd love to get this resolved. It's working here in Reaper 18.104.22.168 nicely on WinXP-SP3:). Sonalksis plugins are known to be a very stable bunch. I don't even have that option to bypass audio while opening the gui enabled.
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Try deleting the Sonalksis registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER Software Sonalksis and then reinstall the EQ. Maybe it'll help. Uninstall doesn't get rid of the remaining registry values (*boooo*). These values are NOT being overwritten upon reinstall if the key already exists. That's why you have to remove the entire key manually. That must be why the new build still crashes in my system.
I actually don't know what a registry is (I'm a Mac-Protools guy) though I've heard of this before. I did as Fuseburn instructs, above, and yep it solved the problem.
-But Is that the registry? (not visible from the desktop?) If so, what exactly is in there? Best I can tell, it was the Sonalksis authorizations.