Error on launching of 3DS Max 2010 after installing a hot fix

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Hello Everyone,

I am using 3DS Max 2010 on 64 bit windows vista machine and everything was working fine until I installed the hot fix 2010-2009.09.22 on my machine. Now when I launch 3DS Max, I get an error message stating an error loading some of the DLLs. I get about 5 such messages and then 3DS Max starts up. I thought may be the hot fix was not installed properly and tried to undo it and tried installing again. But I did not get it to work that way. Is this a bug in the hot fix? Did anyone else face a similar issue? Should I reset my application to the state prior to installing this hot fix and continue working with this setting? Please advice. If anyone has a fix to remove these annoying messages once and for all, I am all ears. Thanks in advance for all the tips offered.

Class <PView Manager> from <ParticleView.dlo> has duplicate class ID: not loading.

This may be due to a duplicate plug-in path.

Continue showing warning?

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Error on launching of 3DS Max 2010 after installing a hot fix

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Sometimes not all patches work for you. Though it is really intended for the improvement or enhancement of the program, there are times it encounters problems on some users. If your 3ds Max is already working fine even before you installed the patch, the best solution that you can do is to remove the patch you installed. Go to Control Panel, Add or Remove Programs and check if the patch can be removed.

If there is no option to uninstall the hotfix because it doesn’t appear there, you need to reinstall 3ds Max to restore the original files. Autodesk 3ds Max 2010 supports x86 and x64 versions of Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 and higher and Windows Vista [Business, Premium, and Ultimate]. If in case you still and you really want to install the hotfix for Autodesk 3ds Max 2010, make sure you download it from the Autodesk official website and not from other sources.

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