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Application Error while working on 3dsmax 2009 64 bit ,this error is coming very frequently and the program closes. originally the file was created on a 32 bit Windows and 32 bit 3dsmax 2009. Is there any problem in compatibility?

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  • chowashu Nov 03, 2008

    It says



    "Application Error

    An error has occurred and the application will now close.

    No scene changes have occurred since you last save"

  • vinodh umaiayar
    vinodh umaiayar May 11, 2010

    HI SIR,

    CAN YOU SAY THE ERROR, WHAT IT DISPLAYS..


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Better uninstall the program and reinstall it..





Minimum System Requirements
Software
The 32-bit version of Autodesk 3ds Max 2009 is supported on any of the following operating systems:
* Microsoft® Windows Vista® operating system
* Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional (SP2 or higher) operating system
The 64-bit version of 3ds Max 2009 is supported on any of the following operating systems:
* Microsoft Windows Vista
* Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64
3ds Max 2009 30-day trial version requires the following browser:
* Microsoft® Internet Explorer® 6 or higher internet browser
3ds Max 2009 30-day trial version requires the following supplemental software:
* DirectX® 9.0c application programming interface (required)
* Some features of 3ds Max 2009 software are only enabled when used with graphics hardware that supports Shader Model 3.0 (Pixel Shader and Vertex Shader 3.0). Check with your manufacturer to determine if your hardware supports Shader Model 3.0.
Hardware
At a minimum, 3ds Max 2009 32-bit requires a system with:
* Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon™ XP or higher processor
* 512 MB RAM (1 GB recommended)
* 500 MB swap space (2 GB recommended)
* Hardware-accelerated OpenGL® application programming interface and Direct3D® application programming interface supported
* Microsoft Windows – compliant pointing device (optimized for Microsoft IntelliMouse)
* DVD-ROM drive
Note: Apple® computers based on Intel processors and running Microsoft operating systems are not currently supported.
At a minimum, 3ds Max 2009 64-bit requires a system with:
* Intel EM64T, AMD Athlon 64 or higher, AMD Opteron™ processor
* 1 GB RAM (4 GB recommended)
* 500 MB swap space (2 GB recommended)
* Hardware-accelerated OpenGL and Direct3D supported
* Microsoft Windows – compliant pointing device (optimized IntelliMouse)
* DVD-ROM drive

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