i dont have posted in other Forum that PIX4D Forum.
I did uninstallation and installation of the drivers as described in the link, but it did not improve the situation.
Additionally, I restarted PIX4D in safe mode and it didn’t help. I can’t add / open files via explorer all the time.
I tried to use the proposed program but it only fixes after paying 30 euro for the license. It is a bit of a lot due to the fact that I am not sure if it will work for sure. I tried to scan the scan again, fix dimp, upload the graphics card and computer drivers again and boot in safe mode. I keep getting the same problem that PIX4DMapper hangs when opening explorer. It doesn’t happen with any other program, but keeps trying to find some solution.
Hello all - I have been watching this discussion as I had the same issue after upgrading to Windows 11. My only solution was to revert to Windows 10, which immediately fixed the issue.
The only thing to bear in mind is that I think Microsoft only allows you to automatically revert to Windows 10 via the ‘Windows Update’ settings for a couple of weeks. After that, I believe you need to do a clean install.
I have Version 4.6.4 on my desktop with windows 11.
I also have Version 4.7.5 on Laptop with windows 11.
I have don’t have any issues running it on my desktop.
Opening Pix4D on my laptop it stays open and does not crash and close out if I don’t select anything, however after I click “New Project” put a project name the second I click “browse” for the “Create In” area and the file explorer comes up. The whole program crashes and closes out.
I looked online and I saw feedback about out the Dell Support Assist can cause location error issues, but I have since uninstalled that and Pix4d. After I reinstalled Pix4D I am still having the same issue.
Does any one have any feedback or solutions that I can try? Thank you for your time and help.
So Pix4DMapper was working fine on a brand new Desktop PC last week, windows 11 but now freezes after displaying the Quality report after processing with GCPs, in fact the report does not even open just a white screen.
I cant go back to windows 10 as this desktop came with Windows11… so my work around is to re-open the project un-tick stage 1 and just process stages 2 & 3 and that seems to work fine, bit of a pain but its a work around.
To me, it sounds more like a hardware issue the way you described it before. Maybe lowering down a bit the processing options for larger projects could help. If you experience any further issues please upload the files to this link.
same problem for me. After upgrading to Win 11, Pix4DMapper and Pix4DSurvey crashes when try to browse for an existing project.
Reversing to Win10 is not an option. Please hurry with an upgrade, for 100% compatibility with Win 11.
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