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*Griesang, GRAPHO - Mauricio
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Repair Today dialog box

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03-29-2001 10:37 PM
Hello!
My customer has a problem with Today window when ACAD start. When she try to
access Autodesk Point A the aplicattion displays the Repair Today dialog
box. The image of dialog box is attached. Please, what´s the best choice in
dialog box?
Thanks.
*Support], Dan Cronyn [Autodesk Product
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Re: Repair Today dialog box

03-30-2001 02:21 AM in reply to: *Griesang, GRAPHO - Mauricio
Always select the aggressive option on the Repair Today menu. Also make sure
Autocad is not running when doing so. IF needed you can go to start / find /
files and folders and do a find (or search depending on the OS) for repairtoday.
Set it to search your C - drive and find or search for the file. It should bring
up a Repair Today.exe. Just click on that to get the same menu. Click on
aggressive. Then click on the Repair button. You will see the repair button gray
out. Give it about 5 seconds and then relaunch Autocad.

GRAPHO - Mauricio Griesang wrote:

> Hello!
> My customer has a problem with Today window when ACAD start. When she try to
> access Autodesk Point A the aplicattion displays the Repair Today dialog
> box. The image of dialog box is attached. Please, what´s the best choice in
> dialog box?
> Thanks.
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> [Image]

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Dan Cronyn
Autodesk Product Support, USA
WW Support & Services, Autodesk
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