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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-30-2001, 02:19 PM Thread Starter
 
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Any 3DS Max pros out there?

I just loaded 3DS Max 4.2 on my computer and it won't run. I need the new version of the CDILLA software. The one it comes with is not compatible with Windows XP. Anyone know where I can get an update?

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 09-01-2001, 12:44 AM
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um...no but i will tell you this: GET RID OF XP NOW!!!! reformat your hard drive and install 98se or 2000 (which one you run depends on programs you use) that the xp os is some messed up [censored] you dont want to have!! trust me on this one!!! that is of course as long as you like not have any privacy at all and being totally under the control of good ole billy boy

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Uh, I've been using XP for over like 10 months now. I have never had a problem with it. Or a privacy issue. It is my network backbone and always works. I had 2K. Like xp better.

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Except that when you have a program a year before it's supposed to come out, most other programs aren't designed to work with it yet [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]

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well, i understand you have prob never had a problem with it. bill gates said "Simply put, Windows XP is the best operating system Microsoft has ever built". of course, for microsoft this system is great. it gives them almost complete control of any users who run it on their system. i strongly suggest anyone who is running or considering running this OS reconsider! first off, just to install XP, you must register it, which means you have to connect to microsoft and they get a complete profile of your system, including every piece of hardware software, and any information you have on your system, including a copy of your browser bookmarks and your internet cache showing where you have been online. microsoft now knows every piece of info on your system. on top of that, anytime you change hardware on your system, for example replace a broken modem, add new hard drive, sound card, etc..., you must re-register and most likely, reinstall the operating system on your computer and go through the whole registration process again. you can only do this up to 5 times with one product # before you have to buy a new $200 program. of course if you ask microsoft why go through all this they will say to protect them against illegal copies of their OS and will deny the other stuff (info they get from your system) then if you present facts they will say "oh, we meant OFFICE XP doesnt get that info, but WINDOWS XP does". they are a bunch of lying cheating bastards that want to control every aspect of the market.
now the best of the windows IMO is 98se. ME has lots of problems with drivers and recognizing hardware, 2k has the NT kernell so lots of software wont work on it. for now im running 98se only b/c i need my printer to work till i graduate and as of yet, software makers havent the balls to write programs for other OS's. im in the process of at changing to a dual bootable 98se/linux machine so i will still be able to use my windows programs but UNIX based OS are far superior to any microsoft product.
ok, sorry for the long post but i thought i would make you aware of the "wonderful" benefits of running XP

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Well I think a 4x4 board isnt the best place to ask.. =) try asking at http://support.discreet.com/ ....sorry I dont know anything that can help.. =p

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Ahh, this board is for everything, haven't you noticed that yet? At least from R/J's posts?

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I was turned off XP by the required 128 meg ram and 300mhz processor requirements. I still have 95. As far as the right place all my post are always directly related to 4x4 ing. Why are there other bulletin boards? Just two this and http://www.artbell.com right?



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