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It's hard not to give a redundant answer, given that you have not actually told us *which* tricks you have tried. Here is some information about avatar bake fail (i.e. avatar not loading and staying a cloud) with a list of solutions to try. One of those thiings should work for you, though you may have to go down the list and try several. The list is written by the Phoenix viewer team, but works for all viewers.

 

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It's hard not to give a redundant answer, given that you have not actually told us *which* tricks you have tried. Here is some information about avatar bake fail (i.e. avatar not loading and staying a cloud) with a list of solutions to try. One of those thiings should work for you, though you may have to go down the list and try several. The list is written by the Phoenix viewer team, but works for all viewers.

 

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Hello,

first of all, please create a new folder in your inventory, and right click it and add a new set of hair, also eyes, skin, shape, and right click this new folder, and choose REPLACE. You must select replace, not wear. Does this help?

 

Other options: do you maybe have two monitors? This is a common problem in multi-screen setup.

If this is the case, make sure that you're running the viewer always only on your *primary* monitor, as dual-screen setups are not supported by the viewer.

 

If that doesn't help, make sure you have the latest graphics driver version, clear your cache, perform a clean install, but reboot your PC before you install the viewer again from http://secondlife.com/support/downloads and if you updated your graphics card drivers recently, try rolling them back to the previous version.

Also make sure you have the latest service packs installed ( microsoftupdate.com ) if you are on Windows.

And always use the viewer in a wired LAN mode, because WLAN often causes massive problems.

Also you can un-tick 'HTTP-Textures' in the develop menu (CTRL+ALT+Q) and relog and try if that helps.

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