When I tried to open mudbox 2012 a popup came up telling me that mudbox requires a new ATI graphics driver. I went to the ATI site and filled in my graphics card information and downloaded what I believe was the correct graphics driver. However, I still get the same popup and when I ignore it to continue opening the program I get the message "Mudbox application file has stopped working". Does anyone know what I can do here? By the way, Maya 2012 works fine for me. The only problem is mudbox. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
P.S. I have attached a jpg image of the message that pops up when I try to open mudbox.
Windows 7 64-bit
ATI Radeon 4200 HD graphics card
Mudbox version 2012
i am having the same problem... it was working fine yesterday but today it wont open at all... and i bought my new computer specifically so i would be able to use it better
Sorry actually after looking at your dialogue box i am having a slightly different problem sry
Mudbox application file has stopped working
A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available.
Im having the same problem ..... it shows the same problem .. but when i open mudbox it dosnt say anything else, i am asked to open a new mesh kinda thing.. like a head or a bull or something you know the normal stuff....... but when i open it... like a head mesh .. it will be black.... no 3D or anything .. jut a black sillouete... ...
Mudbox is a very graphics card intensive application. Supported cards are listed here:
If you are still having problems, you can try deleting the prefs for Mudbox if they exist.
I checked the link that you mentioned and my graphics card said it "passed" for Mudbox but when I try to open the application on my Mac Pro it bounces in the dock and then just never opens
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