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Are you sure that the UV island is entirely inside the 0-1 space? It looks really close to the edges, make sure it isn't over the edge.

It works fine here, but I'm on Win 10 and a much newer video card. I'm not a Mac guy. Do you have the latest video drivers installed?

Someone else needs to interpret your log file for a real accurate interpretation. I see "780M" which is kinda old for a video card. I also see "Number of detected GPU devices: 0" in the log file. That makes me think that Painter is not really detecting your video card. Is there a setting in MacOS to tell it to use the 780M?

There are TWO entries necessary.

TdrDelay and TdrDdiDelay


Have you been through this tutorial?

Substance PainterSubstance Painter - Discussions - Re: RGB colors
 on: September 04, 2019, 06:26:15 pm 
You could just do the arithmetic too.

Well, this link should show you the minimum and suggested tech specs necessary.

A quick google search, it does not appear that your laptop meets the minimum.

I suspect that you need to contact them directly.,23932.0.html

Edit then Settings, scroll down its at the bottom.

Well, if you have a look at the tech specs for SP,

Your log that you've uploaded shows 1.998 GB of video ram and SP needs 2 GB. That most likely is related to your problem.

Substance Integrations - MODO - Re: Modo 12.2
 on: February 14, 2019, 06:19:02 pm 
Well, does the directory (F:Modo/Samples) it is trying to install to exist?
Do you have write permissions for that directory?

It looks like the content directory for Modo has been changed to something other than the default directory.

I may be wrong, but somewhere I seem to remember reading that SP needs mapped drive letters, such as G:. Can you map a drive letter to where you're storing the files?

Sean_u2k, I believe you have a mistake in your registry entries. You are showing TdrTdiDelay and it should be TdrDdiDisplay.

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