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On Tuesday March 14, 2017 wizman said:
Thanks for taking the time not just figuring this out, but coming back to Vetusware and explaining it for everyone else!!! - AppleSeed
On Saturday December 24, 2016 al tracker said:
It turns out that the patch to run this program w/o the dongle is included in the download.
There was no description on how to apply the patch. Info was found on another upload file.
The following describes the install procedure after download files are copied to a CD.
You can also probably install from a temp directory.
Run setup.exe from CD\root. A "TYPICAL" install REQUIRES 27 mb disk space.
Installed to c:\3dsmax (default)
When asked to insert diskette, browse to CD\disk2
Install completes. Reboot later. Copy PATCHV2.EXE from CD\root to c:\3dsmax.
Reboot system and run PATCHV2.exe. Patch is applied.
Run program with default driver.
Program runs ok with no dongle required.
3D STUDIO MAX FROM KINETIX
DRIVER: SOFTWARE Z-BUFFER (MP)
(C) 1996 YOST GROUP, INC.
(C)RACKED BY REPLICATOR
On Sunday September 4, 2016 al tracker said:
Uniblab9000 is correct. This software requires a HARDWARE LOCK. The files can be copied to a CD and installed successfully from Setup.exe. However, the program cannot be started as it keeps asking for the Hardware Lock and shuts down.
On Saturday September 3, 2016 Uniblab9000 said:
This looks like a crufty installed folder. Not very useful for Windows programs. Also note that this would have required a hardware dongle copy protection device to run unless an unprotect was applied.
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