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BASS-CADDMAN
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Layer Manager Fatal Errors.

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07-17-2008 01:50 PM
I am pulling my hair out. Help.
ACAD 2007 dwg with 5-layouts, file we got from an Architect. DWG has been PURGED, AUDITED, etc. Saveas 2004 and 2004 formats. Nothing works. Everything seems to work, except making and change within the layer manager. Once I make any change, even just the color for a layer, click OK and then I get the dreaded FATAL ERROR. Even tried recovering in 2009 or making these changes in 2009, the same problem with this file.
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kingtut
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Re: Layer Manager Fatal Errors.

07-17-2008 02:00 PM in reply to: BASS-CADDMAN
dxf it out yet?
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BASS-CADDMAN
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Re: Layer Manager Fatal Errors.

07-17-2008 02:25 PM in reply to: BASS-CADDMAN
Yup, tried that too. Seems as if there is something attached like a BUG, but ALL XREF's have been removed/detached. Did notice however when I tried in ACAD2009 it stated something about a JIT (Just In Time error). Never heard of that before.

I did get it fixed the long road, created new file and inserted old file exploded and then Copied, Pasted, Reset/created Viewports. Everything works.
*A+P
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Re: Layer Manager Fatal Errors.

07-18-2008 10:19 AM in reply to: BASS-CADDMAN
Wblock objects out into new drawing?

Paul

"BASS-CADDMAN" wrote in message news:5984568@discussion.autodesk.com...
> I am pulling my hair out. Help.
> ACAD 2007 dwg with 5-layouts, file we got from an Architect. DWG has been
> PURGED, AUDITED, etc. Saveas 2004 and 2004 formats. Nothing works.
> Everything seems to work, except making and change within the layer
> manager. Once I make any change, even just the color for a layer, click
> OK and then I get the dreaded FATAL ERROR. Even tried recovering in 2009
> or making these changes in 2009, the same problem with this file.

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