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    Default Revit fail.

    When I touch a element Revit 2011 says:
    Element 344449(not always the same number/element) became corrupt at some time before this session. ), what can I do about it.
    When I so save recover, revit says:
    there is not enough space on drive C: to create the temporary files that revit needs. Either free up space on this drive, or redefine windows user variable TMP to be a folder another drive with more space.

    What Can I do about it ?

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    Default Re: Revit fail.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikkelebrodersen View Post
    When I so save recover, revit says:
    there is not enough space on drive C: to create the temporary files that revit needs. Either free up space on this drive, or redefine windows user variable TMP to be a folder another drive with more space.

    What Can I do about it ?
    I used to get the same error when I ran out of memory using 2011. Sometimes I was able to save when I shutdown all other programs running in the background....but most times I had to crash Revit......
    I think you can blam the bad programing of 2011.

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    Default Re: Revit fail.

    Yeah, I used to get that quite often using 2009 even...Haven't seen it since upgrading to Win 7 64bit....
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    Default Re: Revit fail.

    I found out a solution.

    If u have the same problem, try to "save as" your file with another name.

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