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Article Number: 44 | VC4 | VC3 | Post Date: October 17, 2017 | Last Updated: October 17, 2017

When I try to make a naked multibody I am told by Windows “you do not have permission to open this file.” I need naked man. What do I do?


Generally, the Program Files folder in Windows will have restricted access to prevent users from accidentally corrupting program installations. However, currently, to create a naked multibody (no skin), one must save a new .mbdef file into the Virtual CRASH installation directory. One workaround is to first save a new file to the Desktop, then copy the new file to the installation directory. The video below walks you through the steps. 

Tags: Naked vCRASH man, removing skin, remove skin, naked multibody, permission denied, mbdef. 

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