To do a manual uninstall, uninstall the device driver for your device in the device manager (if it ever got installed). The easiest next step is to use the Microsoft MSI cleanup tool. Otherwise, you can delete siappdll.dll and spwini.dll in the system folder. Also delete %appdata%\3dconnexion and the 3DxWare directory under Program Files. There is also an autostart entry in the registry. The most important step is to delete the device driver. The others aren't doing any harm.scribere089 wrote:Hi Jim,
i tried to install the new 3DXWare 10 Beta 12 Software on Windows 7-64 ( 3DXWare64SPP_v10-0-12-r1272.exe)
While setup was displaying the finish dialog, Windows hangs up. After restart Windows i got a message that 3DXware is a 16 Bit Application.
I should aks the puplisher for a 64 Bit Version. Deinstalling is not possible, reinstalling stops with errorcode 2721.
How can i deinstall the driver?
That reminds me. I spoke with the Houdini guys last SIGGRAPH (>1 year ago) and they never returned my emails afterwards.... If you are a Houdini user, you should contact them and ask for support.Boar wrote:Short question. Why 3DxWare 10 not support Houdini? I know that there is no plug-in for it. But this is "3D-mouse anywhere", no?
3dmidi wrote:Select Buttons, right button, select from "Step 2 Select Function" ...
3dmidi wrote:What is the logic behind splitting between "Keyboard" and "Macros", then in both allowing QWERTY keys to be mapped, anyway, this is your logic.
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