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    Hey there,
    I have just downloaded the newest version of Blender, and as soon as I did it states I need the programmer Python for it to function. So I downloaded Python 3.1.1. and yet Blender still refuses to open (it just appears as a grey screen and forces itself to close), so if anyone knows any solutions I would be really grateful! :wink



    Blender uses python 2.6.

    Blender 2.49b Installer (10.5 MB)

    Requires Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, built with Python 2.6

    Install it side by side with python 3.
    Do NOT remove python 3.

    Anyway here is the link to 2.6 download page:

    ( I can’t know if you have an 32bit or 64bit OS running )
    The last time I checked on my computer, Blender was running with Python 2.6.4. (If you still have problems, you can try out that version. Generally it’s recommended to use the latest bugfix version. )

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