"can't fragload (missing) err -4" message on all msp objects

Oct 20, 2007 at 1:26pm

"can't fragload (missing) err -4" message on all msp objects

hi all

having massive problems with the maxmsp installation on my new macbook

I get a “can’t fragload (missing) err -4″ message on all msp objects

first I was importing everyting (incl.maxmsp) from my old powerbook
titanium
then I thought the problem could come from this (I had the cfm
support enabled there)
so I removed all max related files I could find from my harddisc,
including everything I could find in library/perferences/ and also
user/library preferences/
and did a new installation after emptying trash and restarting the
computer, but didn’t help

any ideas???

best
noid

#34254
Oct 20, 2007 at 6:34pm

btw:

it’s the same for the runtime version.
also i found out, that some objects work, but most don’t
like acos~ opens
dac~, noise~ ….
not

???????????????????

n

On 20.10.2007, at 15:26, arnold haberl wrote:

> hi all
>
> having massive problems with the maxmsp installation on my new macbook
>
> I get a “can’t fragload (missing) err -4″ message on all msp objects
>
> first I was importing everyting (incl.maxmsp) from my old powerbook
> titanium
> then I thought the problem could come from this (I had the cfm
> support enabled there)
> so I removed all max related files I could find from my harddisc,
> including everything I could find in library/perferences/ and also
> user/library preferences/
> and did a new installation after emptying trash and restarting the
> computer, but didn’t help
>
> any ideas???
>
> best
> noid
>
>

#115267
Oct 20, 2007 at 6:55pm

also the repair permission trick combined with a full reinstall
doesn’t help

)))))))))))-;

On 20.10.2007, at 20:34, arnold haberl wrote:

> btw:
>
> it’s the same for the runtime version.
> also i found out, that some objects work, but most don’t
> like acos~ opens
> dac~, noise~ ….
> not
>
> ???????????????????
>
> n
>
>
> On 20.10.2007, at 15:26, arnold haberl wrote:
>
>> hi all
>>
>> having massive problems with the maxmsp installation on my new
>> macbook
>>
>> I get a “can’t fragload (missing) err -4″ message on all msp objects
>>
>> first I was importing everyting (incl.maxmsp) from my old
>> powerbook titanium
>> then I thought the problem could come from this (I had the cfm
>> support enabled there)
>> so I removed all max related files I could find from my harddisc,
>> including everything I could find in library/perferences/ and also
>> user/library preferences/
>> and did a new installation after emptying trash and restarting the
>> computer, but didn’t help
>>
>> any ideas???
>>
>> best
>> noid
>>
>>
>

#115268
Oct 24, 2007 at 2:29pm

meanwhile i was solving the problem the brutal way – a clean new
setup of osX – now it works

anyway I cannot recommend importing al the settings from a ppc to an
intel, it slows the whole system down like hell.

but still i’m curious which is the file i should have deleted…

On Oct 20, 2007, at 8:55 PM, arnold haberl wrote:

> also the repair permission trick combined with a full reinstall
> doesn’t help
>
> )))))))))))-;
>
>
> On 20.10.2007, at 20:34, arnold haberl wrote:
>
>> btw:
>>
>> it’s the same for the runtime version.
>> also i found out, that some objects work, but most don’t
>> like acos~ opens
>> dac~, noise~ ….
>> not
>>
>> ???????????????????
>>
>> n
>>
>>
>> On 20.10.2007, at 15:26, arnold haberl wrote:
>>
>>> hi all
>>>
>>> having massive problems with the maxmsp installation on my new
>>> macbook
>>>
>>> I get a “can’t fragload (missing) err -4″ message on all msp objects
>>>
>>> first I was importing everyting (incl.maxmsp) from my old
>>> powerbook titanium
>>> then I thought the problem could come from this (I had the cfm
>>> support enabled there)
>>> so I removed all max related files I could find from my harddisc,
>>> including everything I could find in library/perferences/ and
>>> also user/library preferences/
>>> and did a new installation after emptying trash and restarting
>>> the computer, but didn’t help
>>>
>>> any ideas???
>>>
>>> best
>>> noid
>>>
>>>
>>
>

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