Since the last update I am having routine issues with Memory Allocation errors that more or less have me at a stand still. For instance, a large 1500MB file that I was successfully working on last night crashed this morning at startup with this error:
When I launch the same file in Safe Mode I get the following error:
FWIW, Task Manager does not seem to indicate a memory problem when the initial “Memory Allocation” error pops up.
Hello - the difference in system info that pops out at me is that you have Vray and your colleague does not - what happens if you disable VRay in Options > Plug-ins page and then restart Rhino - can you open the file?
I’ll try that. Here is what I’ve done since posting earlier:
When I disabled Vray in safe mode I still got the “Open GL Use” error, but I could interact with the geometry. Allowing VRay in Safe Mode crashed Rhino (I’ve sent in the crash report). So I assumed it was a VRay conflict.
Like I said, I was able to get the file open in Safe Mode. I then saved out a version where I deleted all mesh items, all small items (under 1" Bounding Box), deleted a clipping plane (which would have been active when the file launched), and eliminated the one texture that had a displacement map. The file with these changes openeed successfully with VRay enabled.