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Posted 13-Feb-2005 12:58 PM

Before you post your message, to ensure you get the proper answer the fastest way possible, please do the following steps :

1) Do a forum search on all forums using at least 4 meaningful words describing your problem and use a date range of at least 1 full year.

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- What is your operating system (which Windows, Linux, apple, ... ?)
- What is your video card
- What is your DirectX version (in the RUN menu, type dxdiag and press OK)
- What is your PC configuration (CPU, speed, memory, swap file size,...)
- When was the last time you updated your Operating System ?
- Which Service Pack do you have
- is the problem on a desktop or laptop
- is the problem happening every single times
- What steps do you do to create the problem so we can try to do it ourselves
- Where did you download your GMAX files ?
- have you done an MD5 checksum on your GMAX files like in this thread : http://www.turbosquid.com/MessageBoard/index.cfm/FuseAction/ShowThread/TID/12295

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4) It doesn't hurt to do a <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.google.com>GOOGLE</a> search on your problem. After all, a solution might exist somewhere else. If you do find the solution and it does work, please post it here so you will help others.

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