...to tell which version of iclone it was last saved in? (7.41 or 7.61)?
And if so, could I send a couple files to someone here to run them on their machine and find out for me while I wait to hear from reallusion about getting 7.41 back on my pc?It went brain dead and had to have windows 10 loaded back onto it after iclone 7.61 FROZE it so badly it wouldn't even boot back up.
I'd updated to 7.61 a couple weeks ago and IMMEDIATELY started having trouble with my pc freezing, culminating a few days later in the total crash and ruination of an expensive windows 10 machine I'd bought solely for the purpose of running iclone on.
I may have neglected to back up a few files to a thumb drive the last few times I worked on them, meaning they might exist on that thumb drive in some form that 7.41 can actually read, and it would help me a great deal sorting this mess out to know while I wait for the gods at reallusion to get around to sending me the 7.41 upload. I can't prove to anybody here what happened and I mean no offense to anybody who loves iclone, but I'm NOT using 7.61!! I can't risk this happening again, because it cost me hundreds of dollars to bring in a pc repairman to reload the braindead desktop with windows, putting me on the brink of homelessness.
This has been a total nightmare. The stress of learning and using iclone was already so bad that a long-dormant case of Crohn's disease recently reared its ugly head. Before I edited this, I described some of the symptoms. Hopefully you didn't read that. Nevertheless, I was making progress on a very large project that I would have never imagined possible before using iclone. Then THIS happens. But I have nobody to blame but myself, for not listening to the voices in my head that told me NOT to to run that update.
So if I could email a couple files to someone here to open on their machine and tell me what version I'd last saved them in, I'd be forever grateful. The anxiety of waiting is making me sicker by the day. I just want to get back to work on my project. Outside of my art, I have no life.
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