Applications to Developer Zone
Hey all,

Just wondering if anyone knows the average response time for a Developer Zone application? I sent in a request on January 13th, 2012 so I can get access to the Apex tools for integration into a UDK project and I only ever got an automated reply. I even sent in a follow-up e-mail and got nothing back in response to that either.

There should really be a more automated system for this. I mean what harm could it cause by letting the odd gamer get their hands on the tool kit? Most of them wouldn't know what to do with it anyway.
Hey all,



Just wondering if anyone knows the average response time for a Developer Zone application? I sent in a request on January 13th, 2012 so I can get access to the Apex tools for integration into a UDK project and I only ever got an automated reply. I even sent in a follow-up e-mail and got nothing back in response to that either.



There should really be a more automated system for this. I mean what harm could it cause by letting the odd gamer get their hands on the tool kit? Most of them wouldn't know what to do with it anyway.

#1
Posted 01/24/2012 07:14 AM   
[quote name='TorQueMoD' date='24 January 2012 - 08:14 AM' timestamp='1327389275' post='1359826']
Hey all,

Just wondering if anyone knows the average response time for a Developer Zone application? I sent in a request on January 13th, 2012 so I can get access to the Apex tools for integration into a UDK project and I only ever got an automated reply. I even sent in a follow-up e-mail and got nothing back in response to that either.

There should really be a more automated system for this. I mean what harm could it cause by letting the odd gamer get their hands on the tool kit? Most of them wouldn't know what to do with it anyway.
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Generally they approve the registration within a week, sometimes notification emails may fail, maybe your account is already approved.

[url="http://physxinfo.com/news/901/how-to-register-developer-account-to-get-physx-sdk-access/"]HERE[/url] you can find a registration guide
[quote name='TorQueMoD' date='24 January 2012 - 08:14 AM' timestamp='1327389275' post='1359826']

Hey all,



Just wondering if anyone knows the average response time for a Developer Zone application? I sent in a request on January 13th, 2012 so I can get access to the Apex tools for integration into a UDK project and I only ever got an automated reply. I even sent in a follow-up e-mail and got nothing back in response to that either.



There should really be a more automated system for this. I mean what harm could it cause by letting the odd gamer get their hands on the tool kit? Most of them wouldn't know what to do with it anyway.



Generally they approve the registration within a week, sometimes notification emails may fail, maybe your account is already approved.



HERE you can find a registration guide

#2
Posted 01/24/2012 04:38 PM   
Interesting... I can log in to the PhysX page... http://supportcenteronline.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=1949
but I still can't get in to the Nvidia Developer zone
Interesting... I can log in to the PhysX page... http://supportcenteronline.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=1949

but I still can't get in to the Nvidia Developer zone

#3
Posted 01/24/2012 09:14 PM   
[quote name='TorQueMoD' date='24 January 2012 - 10:14 PM' timestamp='1327439640' post='1360071']
Interesting... I can log in to the PhysX page... http://supportcenteronline.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=1949
but I still can't get in to the Nvidia Developer zone
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NVIDIA Developer Zone require a separate account.
[quote name='TorQueMoD' date='24 January 2012 - 10:14 PM' timestamp='1327439640' post='1360071']

Interesting... I can log in to the PhysX page... http://supportcenteronline.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=1949

but I still can't get in to the Nvidia Developer zone



NVIDIA Developer Zone require a separate account.

#4
Posted 01/24/2012 09:52 PM   
Man this is a convoluted website setup.
So I've now logged into the developer site at http://supportcenteronline.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=1949 but when I view the downloads the only things available to me are the drivers - PhysX_8.09.04_AGEIA_PPU_Support_SystemSoftware and PhysX_9.10.0513_SystemSoftware - which leads me to believe that I've not yet been approved even though I can now log in to both this site and the Developer Zone.

I also found somewhere (can't seem to find it now) a post that said the site has been moved to http://devsupport.nvidia.com/ and you need to update your bookmarks, however when I use that link, it forwards to a Parature website and my login info doesn't work there.

Finally when you click on the Request Support tab, it says the Discussion Forum is temporarily unavailable.

Really really confused. I'd just like to be able to start using the PhysX Lab.
Man this is a convoluted website setup.

So I've now logged into the developer site at http://supportcenteronline.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=1949 but when I view the downloads the only things available to me are the drivers - PhysX_8.09.04_AGEIA_PPU_Support_SystemSoftware and PhysX_9.10.0513_SystemSoftware - which leads me to believe that I've not yet been approved even though I can now log in to both this site and the Developer Zone.



I also found somewhere (can't seem to find it now) a post that said the site has been moved to http://devsupport.nvidia.com/ and you need to update your bookmarks, however when I use that link, it forwards to a Parature website and my login info doesn't work there.



Finally when you click on the Request Support tab, it says the Discussion Forum is temporarily unavailable.



Really really confused. I'd just like to be able to start using the PhysX Lab.

#5
Posted 01/24/2012 10:23 PM   
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