Win7 Issues with Autodesk Backburner 2008

Autodesk / 3ds max 2009 design
March 25, 2010 at 05:11:02
Specs: Windows 7, Core Quad @2.33 GhZ; 4 GB RAM; IPv6 network
Hello, I have a troubleshooting issue with
Backburner 2008.1 for 3ds Max Design 2009. I
try to do a render of the scene via “net render”,
but when I launch Backburner Server in
stumbles over an “unhandled exception” and
starts the whole “loading job process” over and
over again. Here’s the text from the log:
2010/03/20 21:19:00 INF Starting backburner
Server
2010/03/20 21:19:00 INF Loading plugin:
Autodesk 3ds Max 2009 (64-bit) Renderer
Plugin from C:\Program Files\Autodesk\3ds
Max 2009\\Network\max_server32.task
2010/03/20 21:19:00 INF Loading plugin:
Command Line Tool from C:\Program Files
(x86)\Autodesk\Backburner\cmd.task
2010/03/20 21:19:06 INF Registration to
192.168.0.108 accepted
2010/03/20 21:19:07 INF Receiving new job
from 192.168.0.108
2010/03/20 21:19:10 INF Job 'Finish' received
and ready
2010/03/20 21:19:10 INF Launching 'Autodesk
3ds Max 2009 (64-bit)'
2010/03/20 21:19:51 INF [V-Ray]
=================================
===========================
2010/03/20 21:19:51 INF [V-Ray] Console
created, V-Ray DEMO 1.50.SP2 for x64 from
Jun 8 2008, 20:29:01
2010/03/20 21:19:51 INF [V-Ray]
=================================
===========================
2010/03/20 21:19:51 INF [V-Ray] Compiled
with Intel C++ compiler, version 10
2010/03/20 21:19:51 INF [V-Ray] Host is
3dsmax, version 11
2010/03/20 21:19:51 INF [V-Ray] V-Ray DLL
version is 1.60.16
2010/03/20 21:19:57 ERR Task error: An
unexpected exception has occurred in the
network renderer and it is terminating.
2010/03/20 21:19:57 ERR An unexpected
exception has occurred in the network
renderer and it is terminating.
2010/03/20 21:19:57 INF Application is down
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In User’s guide there is no answer on that
problem, so I deeply count on your help. I did
not install any updates. My computer runs on
Windows 7 (Intel Core Quad @ 2.33 GhZ, 4
Gb RAM, NVidia GForce 9600 1 Gb). The
version of Windows and 3dsMax – 64 bits.
Autodesk support team simply said its all
windows 7 so we cant do a sh*t (non of 3ds
max products are designed for windows 7).
Waiting for a soon reply,
With deep respect,
Alexander.

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#1
March 26, 2010 at 07:44:46
i suggest to follow this link

http://discussion.autodesk.com/forums/

i am sure you can all your answers here..

i hate computers!
but cant help myself....


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