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Cinema 4D doesn't show up

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Guest Ayuvelo

Hi,

 

I recently upgraded my PC so I had to reinstall Windows and Cinema.  The problem now is that I can't get Cinema to launch.
When clicking the .exe nothing happens, yet in the Task Manager Cinema 4D appears and uses a normal amount of resources, just like it's running.

I also tried with the commandline.exe and it seems like it stops loading before checking Plugins (I don't have anything custom installed yet). See attachment.

Before I got this problem I had another one - it said libmmd.dll is missing but I resolved it by installing the "Redistributable libraries for Intel C++ and Visual Fortran Composer XE 2013 for Windows"

 

What I tried:

  • reinstalling Cinema 4D
  • changing out Plugins folder with my backup from last working install
  • reinstalling the graphics driver
  • searching everywhere what LLVM ERROR: Cannot select: intrinsic %llvm.x86.sse41.pblendvb could mean and not finding anything except "maybe something with graphics driver"
  • Deleting Crypto folder in  C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft

 

I don't really know what to do anymore so any possible help is very welcome.

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Have you asked MAXON about this ?

CBR

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Guest Ayuvelo
22 minutes ago, Cerbera said:

Have you asked MAXON about this ?

CBR

 

Not yet, since it's Sunday I thought Forum might be faster.

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Aha - I just spotted the word Ryzen in your screenshot. R18 doesn't work with Ryzen processors !

But there is an unsupported workaround that @HSrdelic mentioned in a thread specifically about this problem. So a search for Ryzen here should find it

CBR

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Guest Ayuvelo
20 minutes ago, Cerbera said:

Aha - I just spotted the word Ryzen in your screenshot. R18 doesn't work with Ryzen processors !

But there is an unsupported workaround that @HSrdelic mentioned in a thread specifically about this problem. So a search for Ryzen here should find it

CBR

 

 

Thanks mate!

Deleting "mesa" from "/resource/libs/win64" really did fix it.

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Guest NotLuis

Thank you very much, I'm sort of a PC newbie coming from Mac and I assembled a Ryzen machine just to work on C4D, I almost jump out of the window when found that C4D r18 wasn't launching after installing, thanks guys!

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