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 Subject: How to turn off the error reporting in Max 2013 design

DreamlandModels opened this issue on Mar 20, 2013 · 3 posts

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  DreamlandModels    ( ) ( posted at 11:15PM Wed, 20 March 2013 

I know there is a file in the root that will disable the error reporting thing but I can't remember which one to rename.

Help here would be nice.

That error reporting system is pointless for me the end user, as I have not one time in the 12 years I have been using max, had anyone contact me with a solution. it just wastes my time.

Tom



  LuxXeon    ( ) ( posted at 12:37AM Thu, 21 March 2013  · @4052515

I'm not entirely sure about 2013, but in 3dsmax 2012, there's a file called SendDmp.exe in the root directory.  Just rename this to something else, like SendDmp.exe.old.

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  DreamlandModels    ( ) ( posted at 12:59AM Thu, 21 March 2013  · @4052527

That is the one.

Thanks for the help.

Tom



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