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Fiery

Cant do literally anything on Cinema 4D

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Fiery    0

This post has alreaby been made by another user, but i've got the exact same problem, and found out that opening as ADMIN makes it work for a very very few seconds. But I really need a solution for this problem. I couldn't work last week because of it. Can anyone help us?

 

''Hey guys, today i've been faced with a weird bug. When I open C4D I can't click on anything anywhere, I can't even resize the window. 
I suspect it might be a window asking me to update or something (I haven't done any updates to bodypaint) but I can't see it. 

Has anybody had this problem before? Any solutions?

Thank you.''

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Cerbera    1,203

Is this a legal copy of the software ?

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3DKiwi    316

Sounds like you're running a pirated version of Cinema 4D which are known not to work properly. If not then get in touch with MAXON support. They will help you out.

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    10 hours ago, 3DKiwi said:

    Sounds like you're running a pirated version of Cinema 4D which are known not to work properly. If not then get in touch with MAXON support. They will help you out.

     

    15 hours ago, Cerbera said:

    Is this a legal copy of the software ?

     

    I found the solution. It was a problem with OpenGL. Thanks, guys.

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    Cerbera    1,203
    1 hour ago, Fiery said:

    I found the solution. It was a problem with OpenGL. Thanks, guys.

    Ah Ok - that would have been the next thing we suggested once we had ruled out dodgy copies, which are the primary cause of total lock-out type problems.

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