DAZ3D Studio 64bit and 32bit issues/errors

lyonitisslyonitiss Posts: 0
edited June 2012 in DAZ Studio Discussion

Hi, Im new to the 3d world and found daz3d studio which seems promising for being free and its capabilities. I have several issues.

I have installed the 32bit and 64bit version of daz3d studio to my laptop which has the following specs:
-Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
-4GB RAM
-AMD Turion 2.2Ghz
-Upong running "About your video card" inside of DAZ3D 64-bit I get this:
Current OpenGL Version:
2.0.6747 Release

OpenGL Provider:
ATI Technologies Inc.

Hardware:
ATI Radeon Xpress 1250

Features:
MultiTexturing
Supported

Shadow Map
Supported

Hardware Antialiasing
Supported

OpenGL Shading Language
Supported

Pixel Buffer
Supported

Pixel Buffer Size
Not Enabled

Maximum Number of Lights
8

Number of Texture Units
8

Maximum Texture Size
2048 x 2048

64-Bit Studio issues:
When I open it, all I see is a black workspace background and nothing else. I tried changing the workspace layout to the others available but nothing, it keeps showing a black background(see attach image). When I choose to render(CTRL+R), it seems to render the model correctly and viewable(see attach image).

My questions: Is my machine now powerful enough for DAZ3d? Is my video hardware not supported for 3d modeling at all?

32-Bit Studio issues:
When I try to open it seems like it wants to load but then it gives me "DAZStudio.exe caused ACCESS_VIOLATION at 0023:0AB10E00" error(see attach image). Program doesnt open at all. I have tried running as administrator and changing the compatibility mode to Windows XP but with not success. Is it because my OS is 64-bit and it doesnt support the 32-bit version of DAZ?

Sorry for the long post but I hope someone can share any helpful input to my situation. Thanks in advance for any help!!

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  • Kendall SearsKendall Sears Posts: 1,882
    edited December 1969

    Welcome to ATI. This is a problem with all of the current ATI drivers and OpenGL right now. There is a Null reference that is causing the OpenGL layer to crash. Try uninstalling the ATI drivers, installing the generic Windows drivers, rebooting, download a previous Video Driver fro ATI/AMD and install that. Even the ATI Linux drivers crash out on OpenGL right now.


    Kendall

    lyonitiss said:
    Hi, Im new to the 3d world and found daz3d studio which seems promising for being free and its capabilities. I have several issues.

    I have installed the 32bit and 64bit version of daz3d studio to my laptop which has the following specs:
    -Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
    -4GB RAM
    -AMD Turion 2.2Ghz
    -Upong running "About your video card" inside of DAZ3D 64-bit I get this:
    Current OpenGL Version:
    2.0.6747 Release

    OpenGL Provider:
    ATI Technologies Inc.

    Hardware:
    ATI Radeon Xpress 1250

    Features:
    MultiTexturing
    Supported

    Shadow Map
    Supported

    Hardware Antialiasing
    Supported

    OpenGL Shading Language
    Supported

    Pixel Buffer
    Supported

    Pixel Buffer Size
    Not Enabled

    Maximum Number of Lights
    8

    Number of Texture Units
    8

    Maximum Texture Size
    2048 x 2048

    64-Bit Studio issues:
    When I open it, all I see is a black workspace background and nothing else. I tried changing the workspace layout to the others available but nothing, it keeps showing a black background(see attach image). When I choose to render(CTRL+R), it seems to render the model correctly and viewable(see attach image).

    My questions: Is my machine now powerful enough for DAZ3d? Is my video hardware not supported for 3d modeling at all?

    32-Bit Studio issues:
    When I try to open it seems like it wants to load but then it gives me "DAZStudio.exe caused ACCESS_VIOLATION at 0023:0AB10E00" error(see attach image). Program doesnt open at all. I have tried running as administrator and changing the compatibility mode to Windows XP but with not success. Is it because my OS is 64-bit and it doesnt support the 32-bit version of DAZ?

    Sorry for the long post but I hope someone can share any helpful input to my situation. Thanks in advance for any help!!

  • lyonitisslyonitiss Posts: 0
    edited December 1969

    Welcome to ATI. This is a problem with all of the current ATI drivers and OpenGL right now. There is a Null reference that is causing the OpenGL layer to crash. Try uninstalling the ATI drivers, installing the generic Windows drivers, rebooting, download a previous Video Driver fro ATI/AMD and install that. Even the ATI Linux drivers crash out on OpenGL right now.


    Kendall


    Tried steps above with no success. I still get black screen.... I guess im SOL with having ATI.....? :S

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