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By Parker23 - 4 Years Ago

After watching hours of YouTube and reading forums I’m not sure where to start. This all seems so overwhelming. Incredible really. Well, grandpa always said, “The way to get started is to quit talkin' and start doin'. 

Okay I bought iClone 3DXchange 6 Pipeline Suite with CrazyTalk 8 the first partof January and right away found it wouldn’t install on my computer. I meant toget on here and ask for help but time just slipped away from me.

Now it’s February and I've decided the thing to do is build a new computer. I'm new here and without knowing I may be asking too much, but I'm hoping someone in this community will advise me on the build. In the past I have always used NewEgg  (http://www.newegg.com/) to buy my computer parts. My son would pick out the parts out for me according to my needs. He is no longer able to do this now so if someone could advise me I would greatly appreciated the advice.

Either way I want to say I am excited to be here. This seems like a wonderful way to be creative.


Cheers!

Update: I found a great site for computer specs if any other members new here needs help. ( 
http://www.reallusion.com/iclone/installation-guide.html )

Again

Cheers!

By Grimhilda - 4 Years Ago
Hi Delk32
Welcome to the forum and the world of Iclone.
I hope you got your choice of computer sorted out computer - I was getting help with that myself not too long ago.
Your post was almost impossible to read because of the font colour.  I read it by highlighting it!
The advice 'quit talkin' and start doin'' applies perfectly to me... 
By Snarp Farkle - 4 Years Ago
Welcome Delk32,

Good luck on the build, it's been a few years since I built my last one but may just jump back in if I can get the parts cheaper than buying a new unit.
By Snarp Farkle - 4 Years Ago
Welcome Delk32,

Good luck on the build, it's been a few years since I built my last one but may just jump back in if I can get the parts cheaper than buying a new unit.