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"cadcamm99" wrote in messageI
have just moved over to autocad 2009 64 bit. However I nomally loaded my VBA
apps in the Load/Unload Startup Suite. After doing this, I closed Autocad and
received a message to save all of my VBA apps. I said yes. I then opened
Autocad and it seemed to be working fine until I minimized Autocad. I could
not open it again. It stays minimized. I then right clicked on the minimized
icon and closed Autocad. After opening it again I removed the VBA apps from
the Startup Suite and I was able to minimize and open Autocad without any
problems. Does anyone know what is happing with the 64-bit version of Autocad
2009? It was working fine with the 32bit version.
I'm just running AutoCAD 32bit on my 64bit Windows using this tool, saves all the hassle and worry for me. Might help others too.
Longbow Converter 2 Usage:
I didn't have any luck installing with this application in AutoCAD Mechanical 2011. I (thought) i copied everything from the DVD and followed the directions. In fact, the developer created and e-mailed a special version for AutoCAD Mechanical 2011.
Longbow Converter 2 QUESTION: Did your AutoCAD DVD have both a 64 and x86 subfolder? Did you point to one of these two folders or to the main folder?
The developers at Longbow created a Mechanical version after I requested it. I tried the software unsuccessfully after several attempts and working with the developers. I would recommend this product and commend the developers there on the excellent and swift responses.
I think the problem lies with my particular Win 7 installation and not with their software as other MS Office 2003 are developing.
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