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When I had to switch from XP to Win 7, everything installed fine for me, except 3DS Max 7 that its. It would crash when I tried to run it. Turns out the problem was my video driver. While it was suppose to be good to go for Win 7, it had issues with Max. When I rolled back to the Win 7 driver, the problem went away, and the very next update to my video driver also fixed the issue.

You'll find comprehensive discussions on Age Creation and technical problems over at:







While you can discuss Cyan's Plugin over here, most of the discussion on it (including all my tutorials) are over at those sites I listed above simply because:

A) Cyan has not had the "Free Time" to answer a lot of questions, so we've mainly had to figure stuff out on our own, and..

B) Once you do make something, in order to test it, requires you to convert it with a fan made tool that's not allowed to be discussed here.

While most people hate to have to register at another forum, you can just visit as a guest at all three of the above and have read access to everything. But you will need to register to post questions.

BTW - it would help to know what the name of the .dll file it's complaining about is.

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