I have just download Rhino 7 for evaluation but I can’t use it at all. When I try to open a new or an existing file it just don’t open, it says at the top of the window “not responding”. I open it in safe mode to copy the system info:
I have allready download the latest nvidia, asus, and intel drivers but it didn’t work
I’m guessing you would get more help if you downloaded and installed the actual evaluation version, rather than some cracked version off the web. Anyway: your graphics card driver is more than 4 years old - I’m quite certain there’s a newer one out there.
It is the actual evaluation. I used to have the same problem with the Rhino version I’ve got when I bought the computer but I uninstall it because in this forum told me it was a cracked version and I download the evaluation. I recieved an email with a code license that says Ive got until Octuber 13 to use it. I can put the license code if it helps.
Anyways thanks for the help but if I understand, it is because of my nvidia graphic card? Im on a laptop so I don’t know if I can buy a new one.
To be honest I don’t know what is happening. I uninstall it once again and download the one I got from Rhino by email. In the email says that I need to put the license code that is on the email but when I open Rhino it crashed, I can’t even put the license code.
I run Rhino on safe mode once again to copy the system info of the evaluation copy but it has the same info I posted before… I uninstalled the cracked version, delete it, download the evaluation I received directly from Rhino… I don’t know why
Nope… It just remains the same. It says that is blocking a Keyshot plug in… but I don’t know why is trying to run the plugin if I just install Rhino. I don’t know if it is getting something from the previews version.
I put an Image from the mail I received from Rhino to download the evaluation version if it helps to prove Im running the one Rhino gave me.
Sounds like that crack has left some files behind that an uninstaller prolly wouldn’t pick up (being the cracker is not native rhino files so rhino uninstaller isn’t looking for them). Maybe each new rhino you install is trying to read these left over crack files but isn’t compatible, maybe causing a crash. Try finding those cracker files in your system and removing them. Good luck.
I called a friend and he helps me running the actual evaluation version. It seems you were right and in some way Rhino was reading some of the left over crack files; however I still can’t use Rhino. I have the same issue… I open Rhino but after a while it says “not responding” and I have to close the program.
I left the system info now that I am running the evaluation version.