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    Default Windows 10 update crashes Revit and AutoCAD.

    We are have a real issue with the latest Windows update. If we update a machine from windows 7 to windows 10, it goes right to version 1709, witch in turn will crash all Revits and AutoCADs we try to open.

    Once updated I tried to uninstall Revit 2017 which worked but now the re-install fails.

    Yes, I'm on AUGI talking about windows but it does affect Revit and AutoCAD so I just need to know if anyone has solved this latest issue.

    Thank you.

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    Default Re: Windows 10 update crashes Revit and AutoCAD.

    Are you perhaps running CopiTrak on these machines also?
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    Default Re: Windows 10 update crashes Revit and AutoCAD.

    Hello,

    We had this exact same issue. I managed to use the reset option in Windows to step back to 1703. Then I had to reinstall Autocad and Revit (2017). We only had this issue with 2017. I tried all other ways but this was the only one that worked in the end.

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