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  1. #11

    Re: Operation Sytstem Error

    Quote Originally Posted by zilhk
    Did you received my private email?
    Yes I'm quite busy right now, but I will check it out as soon as possible. Thanks for you help, this forum may be small but it's extremly helpful :P !

  2. #12

    Re: Operation Sytstem Error

    Can you try the following and let me know if it fixed the issue?

    Code:
    haspdinst -purge
    haspdinst -i
    haspdinst is usually located in C:\Program Files\Pixelux\DMM Plugin for Maya\License

    Thanks.
    Getting the plugin ready!

  3. #13

    Re: Operation Sytstem Error

    Quote Originally Posted by zilhk
    Can you try the following and let me know if it fixed the issue?

    Code:
    haspdinst -purge
    haspdinst -i
    haspdinst is usually located in C:\Program Files\Pixelux\DMM Plugin for Maya\License

    Thanks.
    I don't really understand.. What do you want me to do? Haspdisnt seems to be a program.. Do you want me to write that or... Sorry my "stupidness" but please explain

  4. #14

    Re: Operation Sytstem Error

    Here are more details:

    1) Open the Command Prompt (either select that program in Start/All Programs/Accessories or press Windows+R and enter cmd)
    2) Type in
    haspdinst -purge
    and hit enter
    3) When HASP is done, type in
    haspdinst -i
    and hit enter

    Hope that helps!
    Getting the plugin ready!

  5. #15

    Re: Operation Sytstem Error

    Quote Originally Posted by zilhk
    Here are more details:

    1) Open the Command Prompt (either select that program in Start/All Programs/Accessories or press Windows+R and enter cmd)
    2) Type in
    haspdinst -purge
    and hit enter
    3) When HASP is done, type in [quote:et7ks1gl]haspdinst -i
    and hit enter

    Hope that helps![/quote:et7ks1gl]

    Sadly that does not work either .. When i type in "haspdinst -purge" and press enter it says something like: haspdinst was not recognised as command, program or batchfile... And the same thing happens with "haspdinst -i"... Btw i have sent a 'error report thing' to the mail you said. Hope you figure something new out..

  6. #16

    Re: Operation Sytstem Error

    As Zilhk said you've to go in the folder where "haspdint" is before typing the commands. It's usually located in : "C:\Program Files\Pixelux\DMM Plugin for Maya\License". If DMM is installed in another directory just replace the "C:\Program Files..." by the correct path.

    So :
    1) Open the Command Prompt (either select that program in Start/All Programs/Accessories or press Windows+R and enter cmd)
    2) Type the drive letter where DMM was installed (if it's located in C:\ you don't have to do this but let's say it's in E:\Program Files\...) :
    E:
    and press Enter

    3) Navigate to the Licence folder
    cd "Program Files\Pixelux\DMM Plugin for Maya\License"
    and press Enter

    and now try the commands
    2) Type in
    [quote:3nx22gqe]
    haspdinst -purge
    and hit enter
    3) When HASP is done, type in
    haspdinst -i
    and hit enter

    Hope that helps!
    [/quote:3nx22gqe]

  7. #17

    Re: Operation Sytstem Error

    Quote Originally Posted by David
    As Zilhk said you've to go in the folder where "haspdint" is before typing the commands. It's usually located in : "C:\Program Files\Pixelux\DMM Plugin for Maya\License". If DMM is installed in another directory just replace the "C:\Program Files..." by the correct path.

    So :
    1) Open the Command Prompt (either select that program in Start/All Programs/Accessories or press Windows+R and enter cmd)
    2) Type the drive letter where DMM was installed (if it's located in C:\ you don't have to do this but let's say it's in E:\Program Files\...) :
    E:
    and press Enter

    3) Navigate to the Licence folder
    [quote:av2idn3k]
    cd "Program Files\Pixelux\DMM Plugin for Maya\License"
    and press Enter

    and now try the commands
    2) Type in
    [quote:av2idn3k]
    haspdinst -purge
    and hit enter
    3) When HASP is done, type in
    haspdinst -i
    and hit enter

    Hope that helps!
    [/quote:av2idn3k][/quote:av2idn3k]
    If it's not too inconvenient could you please post a screenshot of how your cmd looks when you have wrote all these commands. I'm still a little unsure. Thanks.

  8. #18

    Re: Operation Sytstem Error

    Thanks David for your help. We have posted a complete description of the procedure with screen shots here. The next version of the plugin will include a batch file that take cares of that, so it won't be necessary to type all those commands manually.
    Getting the plugin ready!

  9. #19

    Re: Operation Sytstem Error

    Thanks David for your help. We have posted a complete description of the procedure with screen shots here. The next version of the plugin will include a batch file that take cares of that, so it won't be necessary to type all those commands manually.
    Okay, so i did the exact thing as on the screenshots and it worked pretty well untill: when i type "Haspdinst -purge" it says something like: 'previous version detected. Use -fremove switch.'
    So i typed haspdinst -fremove, but then it just opened the haspdinst file. I then typed "haspdinst -i" and I get the usually error (Operation System not supported error code : "Some numbers" (see first post)). I think that this is maybe just a small error which i hope is easy to fix. If not, I guess I can just wait for the new version of DMM Plugin. Thank you.

  10. #20

    Re: Operation Sytstem Error

    Command Prompt ( Start/All Programs/Accessories or press Windows+R and enter cmd) > Type where DMM was installed (C:\ you don't have to do this but let's say it's in E:\Program Files\...) > Navigate to the Licence folder > Enter.

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