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JPGs spontaneously disappear

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03-20-2012 09:16 AM

It must be Raster Image Day on the discussion groups...

 

ACAD Architecture installed as 32-bit on Win 7 64 bit machines w 12 gig ram. My users are using that g.d. CAP studio program, hence the 32 bit install.  SP1 is installed as are hotfixes for Ribbon and Dimension issues. 

 

Here's what's happening: most of the time we have no issues with raster images attached to the files.  However, every once and a while one of the images decides to not show up.  In XREF manager, everythings fine - the paths to raster images are correct (shared network path).  The files are loaded, the insertion layers are on. You can close out of AutoCAD and come back in - sometimes the image pops back in.

 

Even though these are plot settings, I have RASTERPERCENT set to 80, and Raster Threshold set to 120 (although the size of most of these images is around 100k)

 

Anyone know if this is a known issue with 32 bit installs of ACAD?  

 

THANKS!

 

LOU

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Re: JPGs spontaneously disappear

03-20-2012 11:23 AM in reply to: lholland

Did you eliminate the more common errors?

- The image resides on a layer that is turned off/frozen.

- The image is off: turn on the imageframe, select it and turn SHOW IMAGE back on using PROPERTIES.

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Re: JPGs spontaneously disappear

03-20-2012 12:17 PM in reply to: pendean

Thanks for the input.

 

After doing some testing, I've concluded that the problem is the "unnatural" install of Autocad as a 32-bit app on a 64 bit system. 

 

 

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