I am encountering a strange behaviour when working with a "simple" scene.
When i load the scene, it takes about 7 minutes.
When i save the scene, it takes about 6 minutes.
When i reset the scene, it takes about 4 hours to clear up.
When i exit the program, it takes about 4 hours to exit.
During exiting/resetting, i have noticed that only 1 cpu core is used around 14-17% usage.
So far i have tried this:
- disabled "Backup on Save"
- disabled "Compress on Save"
- disabled "Save viewport Thumbnail Image"
- disabled "Save schematic view"
- disabled "Save File Properties"
None of this solved the slow long resetting/exiting process.
All the drivers are up to date and stable, the O.S. is stable(no antivirus)
The system is kept offline, it's running fast(normal) on other tasks.
3dsMax is up to date, and it is exiting normal when using other scenes.
The scene is using only 12GB of RAM, which is normal.
The scene has over 300.000 objects and no lights yet and no animation.
The GPU VRAM utilization is ~2GB from a total of 8GB.
When i exit the scene, i have noticed that 3dsmax.exe is using only 17% of one core. And the RAM is not purged instantly.
The RAM usage is slowly clearing up about 2MB per second (from a total of 12GB). Sometimes the RAM usage of the3dsmax.exe grows instead of decreasing.
Is there any trick to fix this problem ?
I don't mind waiting 7 minutes or 15 minutes but wainting hours until the scene is closed, it's beyond my zen life.
What can i do to make 3dsmax to purge the RAM instantly when i am resetting or exiting?
Has anyone experienced a similar situation?