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C++ runtime error

May 24, 2007 | 10:13 pm

Hi,

I am getting an extremely upsetting message when trying to load Max now
(image attached)

Could my graphics driver be causing this error – I updated the drivers
recently – Or any malicious patches I’ve installed?

I tried reinstalling max, as well as uninstalling jitter, but to no avail.

Andreas
WinXP, geforce8800gts, Max 4.6.3, Jitter 1.6.3

Ps: Sorry for any cross- or double postings that may have occured, my
email is extremely wonky, and I am feverishly looking for a fix for this.
thanks,
A.


May 24, 2007 | 11:49 pm

didn’t get the picture file. can you just type what the error was?


May 25, 2007 | 7:58 pm

Scott skrev:
> didn’t get the picture file. can you just type what the error was?
>
Sure, Scott:

Header read:
Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library

Body of text read:
""
Buffer overrun detected!

Program c:Program FilesCycling ’74MaxMSP 4.6Max.exe

A buffer overrun has been detected which has corrupted the program’s
internal state. The program cannot safely continue and must now be
terminated.

""
Again, any idea on how to fix this apart from a full reinstall of my OS
would be most appreciated… sigh.. I was just on a Jitter-roll…
Thanks.

Andreas.


October 26, 2007 | 4:21 pm

Hi,
I am getting the exact same error message and it is impossible to open max.
this happens as the status under the splashscreen says "initilizing interface". and the error message pops up.
Any solutions?


October 26, 2007 | 8:34 pm

Hi Gimbal,

Are you able to start up Max/MSP Runtime? If the runtime works fine, it
may be that you need to reinstall the PACE drivers:

http://paceap.com/dldrvr.html

If you are still having problems, please contact support at cycling74
dot com.

All the best,
-Ben

gimbal wrote:
> Hi,
> I am getting the exact same error message and it is impossible to open max.
> this happens as the status under the splashscreen says "initilizing interface". and the error message pops up.
> Any solutions?
>


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