3DC911 1256 Chronic System Hang

Hi Richard,

OK – LOL – I’m back…
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Re: Win 7 x64 3DC911(1256)

I’m getting chronic system hangs… Seems to happen all the time… Spend 15 or 20 minutes modeling – go to save my work – select [FILE] [SAVE AS] or the icon for from the tool bar… No dialog box pops up in order to save my work… Tried several times on different files… So I click on the &quot;x&quot; to close the application – prompts me to save the file – but again – no dialog to actually type a file name – screen dims – and that’s where she hangs… Only way to exit is to start task manager and KILL the 3DC process… And of course – my restart doesn’t present me with any option to recover my work…

Man – this is frustrating…

Are you around these days ???
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I’ve had this from time to time – it’s usually a corrupt shape in the model.
It appears in the hierarchy but is invisible on the screen.

If you can locate it, just delete from the hierarchy and all works as normal.


Hi Paul,

Hmm – it did it on more than one file – but – I was using the pipe engineer quite a bit to build some cool perimeter security fence for my airport… Maybe that had something to do with the corrupted shape ? Other than that – my scene just contained one or two other primitives I was using as templates…

Thanks for the feedback…

What ae you working on these days ? I noticed the ship models but I didn’t note how recent it was…

Thanks for ALL the help…
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Still making 1/1250 scale model ships and getting them printed <!– s:) –><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_smile.gif" alt=":)" title="Smile" /><!– s:) –>

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Just finished painting one – here’s a very close up shot, the model is about 5 inches (12cm) long

There is a beta version of 3DCrafter that I hope may help. It would be worth giving a try.

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