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2004-07-27, 12:34 AM
Has anyone encountered this error with Acad LT? It shuts down the dwg, but fortunately prompts the user to save changes and recover later.
2004-07-27, 02:13 AM
Have a peek at this document:
2004-07-27, 06:29 AM
Please note I've *moved* this Topic (Thread) from the CAD Mgmt General Forum (http://forums.augi.com/forumdisplay.php?f=119) to this one as I feel this particular Forum is a more appropriate place for such Topics (Threads).
2007-08-27, 09:37 PM
So what is the fix? It just said to finish a zoom command before attempting another zoom command. I use the mouse so it has to be some sort of code error wouldn't it? Never had this problem with it before.
So glad to know that I'm not the only one having this though.
Here is an updated link to what I found....
2007-12-05, 07:52 PM
I am having this same problem on two different computers in the office. I tried installing the Service Pack 1 for ACAD LT 2008, but that did not remedy the situation.
The only time that I do not get this error is if I disconnect from the company network, which is not a viable option as that is where all the drawing files are located.
One computer is running Windows 2000 Professional, and the other is running Windows XP Professional.
I have searched all over the internet for a solution, but have come up empty.
If anyone has a solution to this problem, please share!
2007-12-10, 05:36 PM
I tend to use the scroll ring on my Kensington Expert Mouse for zooming and find that if I zoom too fast the display becomes 'pixellated' as if looking at an enlargement of a bitmap, or I get multiple 'ghosts' of the crosshairs. This is usually when I am moving or copying objects and seems to be worse if a hatch is involved. If I close the drawing, saving the changes and than re-open it the drawing is fine, but this can happen frequently and is obviously a pain and waste of time.
Sometimes I get a crash such as you describe, but more often an Unhandled Access Exception or simply a freeze - occasionally without the option to save and recover. I have SP1 installed but this has made no difference. I have tried installing a workstation grade graphics card (nVidia FX1500 256MB) instead of the onboard Intel graphics with no improvement.
I fear it is the program - AutoCRUD 2008 (LT) is the worst release I have worked with in terms of stability.
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