max4 won't start


    Jan 23 2009 | 1:29 pm
    Hi all,
    After using only Max5 for a long time I needed to make a pluggo in Max4 (This should be a feature in Max5 as well!). But when starting up the program nothing happens? I can remember such a bug from a while ago which was caused by an osx update. I got that fixed right away so that could not be the problem. Could it be a recent update? Something else? Is it a common problem? I couldn't find anything about it using the search engine..
    Thanks in advance,
    poul

    • Jan 23 2009 | 1:35 pm
      I forgot to mention my specs:
      Macbook
      OSX 10.4.11
      Max 4.6
    • Jan 23 2009 | 3:04 pm
      If it is the same issue that was around a while back then you either need to search the forum for 'pre binding' or download the MacOS combo update, as opposed to the incremental update,
      cheers
      Roger
      --- On Fri, 23/1/09, poul wrote:
      > From: poul > Subject: [maxmsp] max4 won't start
      > Date: Friday, 23 January, 2009, 1:29 PM
      > Hi all,
      >
      > After using only Max5 for a long time I needed to make a
      > pluggo in Max4 (This should be a feature in Max5 as well!).
      > But when starting up the program nothing happens? I can
      > remember such a bug from a while ago which was caused by an
      > osx update. I got that fixed right away so that could not be
      > the problem. Could it be a recent update? Something else? Is
      > it a common problem? I couldn't find anything about it
      > using the search engine..
      >
      > Thanks in advance,
      > poul
      > --
      > www.sonostruct.net
    • Jan 23 2009 | 3:18 pm
      Recently I could solve a similar issue with Pro Tools in 10.4 using the free app Iceclean (http://www.macdentro.com/MacDentro/IceClean.html). Not 100% sure but to my understanding it was a pre-binding issue.
      _
      johan
    • Jan 23 2009 | 4:37 pm
      Quote: jvkr wrote on Fri, 23 January 2009 16:18
      ----------------------------------------------------
      > Recently I could solve a similar issue with Pro Tools in 10.4 using the free app Iceclean (http://www.macdentro.com/MacDentro/IceClean.html). Not 100% sure but to my understanding it was a pre-binding issue.
      >
      > _
      > johan
      ----------------------------------------------------
      Thanks, but it didn't work..
      And about the MacOS combo update; I have OSX 10.4.11, so that means it cannot be updated? Since it's already the most recent version.
      Argh, this sucks
      poul
    • Jan 23 2009 | 10:47 pm
      Poul,
      Drop a note to support at cycling 74 dot com and we will get you straightened out.
      All the best,
      -Ben