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I`ve got this problem when I want import an FBX. Object in Blender. Did some one know how to fix it?

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As already answered (and promptly marked as off-topic) on StackOverflow...

Try the Autodesk FBX Converter. Unfortunately it is no longer maintained, but it can converts many file formats, up to FBX 2013 format.

Alternatively, if you know a bit of C++ you can write a simple command-line file converter using the FBX SDK.

You can convert older formats to a compatible format using this utility and then import it into Blender.

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