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Smoke is a 64-bit application that can run on either the 32-bit Mac OS X kernel or the 64-bit kernel. Smoke 2010 for Mac required the 64-bit kernel.
If you are running Smoke on a Mac where Smoke 2010 was previously installed, you may need to switch the Mac OS X kernel into 32-bit mode for certain third-party drivers and software to work properly. By default, Mac OS X comes with the 32-bit kernel activated, which can run most 64-bit applications, including Smoke.
To switch the kernel between 32-bit mode and 64-bit mode:
- Run Applications > Autodesk > Smoke Common Utilities > Service Monitor.
- In the Troubleshoot tab, click 32 bit or 64-bit.
- Reboot your Mac for the change to take effect.