In bad sorts! I have a drawing that I've been working off and on now for a couple of months and is particularly large (48MB). I have finally put togther a concept in it which took me two days and when I tried to RENDER, AutoCad crashed. All is still when until I tried to reopen the drawing, AutoCad loaded the drawing until 99% and froze. I tried the .bak and that crashed AutoCad. I also tried the .bak from an hour earlier and that didn't work. Here are the steps I've taken so far:
-Opened drawing and .bak(s) in TrueView, converted to Standard, Opened the drawing in TrueView (no problems) and tried to open in AutoCad....same old issues.
-Tried inserting drawing as a block in a new drawing (crashed AutoCad)
Anybody have an idea on what I can do? Everything opens fine in Trueview?? I can resort to older files but that would be increadibly painful. Below are my computer specs.
How did that work? I ran the recovery before and it showed no errors but would open. I type it in and boom it's up! Thank you! I never would have thought. Now I hope there is nothing wrong with my install!