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yefrimm4920
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Maya Issue

Hello everyone, If someone can help me this.

Its prob nothing big, although is annoying.

Maya keeps freezing. What I mean is that, When I select something it stops for 2 or 5 sec. Then it process to what i want.

For Example."  I click on my mesh, Wait 3 sec and then it select. I then go to Basic parameter and wait 3 sec, and the it process. I then click on Diffuse checkerboard Wait 3 or 4 sec and the it moves on. ect 

 

How do I fix this? Any one Thanks.

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brentmc
in reply to: yefrimm4920

The one thing that comes to mind is the Windows fault tolerant Heap.

Sometimes after an application crashes Windows tries to fix the issue by switching it to use the fault tolerant heap which is a performance killer.

Unfortunately there is no way to disable it permanently but this thread has details on how to fix this issue:
https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/maya-forum/maya-2022-becomes-slow-after-crash/td-p/10265472

 

Aside from that I would look into graphics card and driver.

https://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/maya/learn-explore/caas/simplecontent/content/maya-certified-...

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Brent

 

Brent McPherson
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yefrimm4920
in reply to: brentmc

 

  • Click the Start menu.
  • Right-click Computer and click Manage.
  • Click Event Viewer > Applications and Services Logs > Microsoft > Windows > Fault-Tolerant-Heap

Am on hold here. I don't know what to do next.

 

its saying to " View FTH EVENT", But where is it. Then what?

 

How do I set it to (0)

 

Also

Where is this " REG_DWORD value"

What am I missing?

 

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samuelmna
in reply to: yefrimm4920

1. press Win + R and type "Regedit"

2. HKEY_Local_Machine > Software > Microsoft > FTH 

3. Double click "Enabled" and set Vaule data to 0

4. Restart computer

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