3D Studio MAX

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Only runs on Windows 2000 and better.

Application Details:

Version: 8.x
Votes: 0
Latest Rating: Garbage
Latest Wine Version Tested: 1.1.24

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Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
CurrentDebian GNU/Linux 6.x "Squeeze"Jul 10 20091.1.24No Not installable Garbagetadadata 
ShowUbuntu 8.04 "Hardy" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Jun 03 20081.0-rc3No Not installable GarbageBrandon 
ShowFedora 8May 15 20081.0-rc1No No GarbageP J Wells 
ShowUbuntu 6.10 "Edgy" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Feb 15 20070.9.30.No Yes Goldan anonymous user 
ShowSUSE 10.1 x86_64Nov 07 20060.9.24.No Not installable GarbageAndrew 

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RE: XP Mode
by Joe Graus on Tuesday February 27th 2007, 15:06
I found a way to get rid of the file not found error, you need a copy of the Autodesk DWF Viewer (It's a free download from the Autodesk site).

Unfortunately the file is only offered as a .msi but you can run it without a hitch in wine with the command
`wine msiexec /i c:\\pathToFile\\nameOfMsiFile.msi`

Unfortunately I can't figure out the 1615 code sent back by the 3dsMax.msi installation file (the setup.exe also returns it, but not before trying to install DWF Viewer if it can't find it and also DirectX 9).

What's weird is return code 1615 from the Windows installer is "SQL query syntax invalid or unsupported. - [ERROR_BAD_QUERY_SYNTAX]" ( which seems strange to me, maybe I'll investigate Windows SQL support... if that is an accurate error message to begin with.
RE: XP Mode
by Joe Graus on Tuesday February 27th 2007, 15:08
Let me report that link without parenthesis -

Hope that works.
Bug 6632
by Andrew on Saturday November 11th 2006, 8:13
Sorry, I added the wrong bug link
by Jake on Tuesday August 1st 2006, 14:41
well, i have installed max 8 on another winxp machine, and i _belive_ that when i started setup with the .msi, it did not try to install directX.