Unknown FIRE GL driver for 3D Studio MAX-VIZ

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Command Line
%Comspec% /c msiexec /I \\myserver\3dsmax6disc1\Installs\3dsmax\3dsmax.msi /qn PIDKEY=310-12345678 LICENSETYPE=0 LICENSESERVER= mylicserver INSTALLDIR=c:\3dsmax6


• %Comspec% is an environment variable provided by Windows. It points to the command interpreter, cmd.exe.

• /c is a switch passed to cmd.exe telling the shell to wait until the msiexec.exe command completes before proceeding. Without this switch, the shell will execute subsequent commands before the current command finishes.

• MSIEXEC.EXE is the Windows installer runtime. When you double-click on YOURMSI.MSI file you are implicitly running "msiexec /I YOURMSI.MSI"

• /I instructs MSIEXEC to install the .MSI listed after the switch. There is a /X switch, which uninstalls the .MSI specified after the /X switch. The “/X” switch can also be followed by the product code of the component .MSI you wish to uninstall.

• /qn specifies a UI level for the action. “/qn” specifies no UI whatsoever, suppressing all prompts and therefore useful for silent installations. When attempting to debug, you can switch this to “/qb”, which will display basic modal dialogs.

• LICENSETYPE, LICENSESERVER, INSTALLDIR are custom MSI properties. Refer to the list below.


The custom MSI properties configure 3ds max 6 at the workstations. If a property is not explicitly set, the installer will use the default values. Most of these custom properties work only with 3dsmax.msi. CharacterStudio.msi accepts the LICENSETYPE and LICENSESERVER properties. The rest accept the INSTALLDIR property.

PIDKEY specifies the product serial number. If you’re using network licenses, set this to be the serial number specified in your license file.
Default=000-00000000.

LICENSETYPE specifies whether the product will be using a network or stand-alone license. 1=stand-alone license, 0=network license.
Default = 1

LICENSESERVER specifies the license server from which the workstation will request network license.
Default = {blank}

INSTALLDIR specifies the installation path for the product.
Default = [drive with the most free space]\3dsmax6

SHORTDESKTOP specifies whether a shortcut to the product will be placed on the desktop. 0=no shortcut on desktop, 1= shortcut on desktop.
Default = 0


Coutesy of NetDeployGuide.rtf on CD1 of the 3D Studio Max 6 Install CDs.
Setup Information:
Setup Type: unspecified
Deployment Method Used: unspecified
Deployment Difficulty: unspecified
Platform(s): Windows
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Command Line
%Comspec% /c msiexec /I \\myserver\3dsmax6disc1\Installs\3dsmax\3dsmax.msi /qn PIDKEY=310-12345678 LICENSETYPE=0 LICENSESERVER= mylicserver INSTALLDIR=c:\3dsmax6


• %Comspec% is an environment variable provided by Windows. It points to the command interpreter, cmd.exe.

• /c is a switch passed to cmd.exe telling the shell to wait until the msiexec.exe command completes before proceeding. Without this switch, the shell will execute subsequent commands before the current command finishes.

• MSIEXEC.EXE is the Windows installer runtime. When you double-click on YOURMSI.MSI file you are implicitly running "msiexec /I YOURMSI.MSI"

• /I instructs MSIEXEC to install the .MSI listed after the switch. There is a /X switch, which uninstalls the .MSI specified after the /X switch. The “/X” switch can also be followed by the product code of the component .MSI you wish to uninstall.

• /qn specifies a UI level for the action. “/qn” specifies no UI whatsoever, suppressing all prompts and therefore useful for silent installations. When attempting to debug, you can switch this to “/qb”, which will display basic modal dialogs.

• LICENSETYPE, LICENSESERVER, INSTALLDIR are custom MSI properties. Refer to the list below.


The custom MSI properties configure 3ds max 6 at the workstations. If a property is not explicitly set, the installer will use the default values. Most of these custom properties work only with 3dsmax.msi. CharacterStudio.msi accepts the LICENSETYPE and LICENSESERVER properties. The rest accept the INSTALLDIR property.

PIDKEY specifies the product serial number. If youÂ’re using network licenses, set this to be the serial number specified in your license file.
Default=000-00000000.

LICENSETYPE specifies whether the product will be using a network or stand-alone license. 1=stand-alone license, 0=network license.
Default = 1

LICENSESERVER specifies the license server from which the workstation will request network license.
Default = {blank}

INSTALLDIR specifies the installation path for the product.
Default = [drive with the most free space]\3dsmax6

SHORTDESKTOP specifies whether a shortcut to the product will be placed on the desktop. 0=no shortcut on desktop, 1= shortcut on desktop.
Default = 0


Coutesy of NetDeployGuide.rtf on CD1 of the 3D Studio Max 6 Install CDs.
Setup Information:
Setup Type: unspecified
Deployment Method Used: unspecified
Deployment Difficulty: unspecified
Platform(s): Windows
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Note
Each installer that comes with this package is in it's own MSI standalone installer. 3D Studio Max 6 itself requires very few fields to setup the installation via a Transform file. Properties that must be set for the installation

1. Name/Company
2. Installation Type: Network or Standalone, for network the Autodesk Licensing Manager server must be specified as well
3. Serial Number

You can also choose to change the path, but be careful to observe the installation order of other components if this is changed from the default as they will overwrite the 3dsmax.ini file with invalid entries causing problems with materials and tutorial files.
Setup Information:
Setup Type: unspecified
Deployment Method Used: unspecified
Deployment Difficulty: unspecified
Platform(s): Windows
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FIRE GL driver for 3D Studio MAX-VIZ

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6.14.10.5012

Uninstall String

RunDll32 C:\PROGRA~1\COMMON~1\INSTAL~1\engine\6\INTEL3~1\ctor.dll,LaunchSetup "C:\Program Files\InstallShield Installation Information\{C5AEBFD6-3AF9-4784-81C2-F442C86AA096}\setup.exe"

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