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Cuvey
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Error when launching 3Ds Max 2011

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10-18-2012 04:21 PM

Hello! I just installed the free version for students of 3Ds Max 2011 but when I launch it it gives me this error: Error parsing xaml file: root element is missing. When I accept it appears: The main Ribbon configuration file is possibly corrupt. Reset to factory defaults? And then no matter if I clic Yes or No the program starts and it seems to work perfectly but the Graphite Modeling Tools and basically the stuff that's just under the menu is gone. And it's not like their visibility is turned off. I just can't find them anywhere. And I don't know if there's amything else that I'm missing and just don't notice. Anyone has any suggestions? I'd be thankful

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aaronhai
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Re: Error when launching 3Ds Max 2011

10-18-2012 11:34 PM in reply to: Cuvey

Hi sofiafgarsofiafgar,

 

Please see if this post helps.

 

Thank you. 



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Cuvey
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Re: Error when launching 3Ds Max 2011

10-19-2012 09:10 PM in reply to: aaronhai

That worked wonderfully! And it was really simple :smileytongue: Thanks a lot!!

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