AccuRender nXt

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Ones I open the drawing I type nxt then the error comes, I open the drawing with another build and the error comes anyway.

And it is only this drawing?

yes.. this the only drawing tha that I have this error but the strange thing is that went I rendered with other build it happens the same error..

There must be a bad material or object within the scene causing the crash. Same another copy of the drawing and delete items one at a time and purge then render again until you discover the offending object.

the post toma 17 (apr 8)  is the same drawing but from above but somehow I was trying to change the camera view and make another render and then " error " happens, is strange because I render that drawing before. I send toma 5 and toma 6 went I could render the drawing but now I cant.

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you wont believe this, I erase the drawing but the still  " error " there I type nxt then the error come in again, I believe the drawing is damage....

Ok.. what I did was I copy the original drawing and make another file with a diferent name and save it, then I open the copy file and renderer, so guest what no "error" came in, I guest the original drawing is damage..?? but thanks for the help....!!

Still try purging and audit/recover the original drawing, it might just fix the damage.

I try recover the drawing but nothing happens so I preserve the original drawing hopping someday will found what happens, in the mean time I use the second copy that  is fully funtional.....! thanks anyway..

You are welcome.

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