I solved this earlier when I created a shortcut to the program on my desktop, and for the Target I entered this:
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C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /C start "" /affinity C "C:\Program Files (x86)\3dsmax7\3dsmax.exe"
This starts the program using CMD and sets flags and the directory path. The important piece here is /affinity C which basically tells which CPUs you want the program to run on. The "C" is in hex. You can read <here> to further understand how the affinity works. But in my case, using C caused the program to run! I'd so glad because I can now edit models.