I have created a tool pallet on my local machine. And now i want to copy this pallet to another machine,
I have exported from mine and imported to the other machine. Now the pallet shows up just like it
should but when you go to insert the block from the pallet it has a pop-up that tells me the tool
is not properly registered or from a different product. it was created in AutoCad 2012 and imported in AutoCad 2012
Check responses 4, 5, and 6 in this thread:
One of more of those suggestions may work for you.
well those dont work
Unable to execute the tool. Possible causes are
The tool is not registered properly. please check your installation.
The tool is from another application and is incompatible with the current application
this is the exact message i get when trying to drag and drop from the tool bar
I would like to add one more thing the computer i am trying to copy to wont even let me drag and drop any blocks to a palette. It will creat a new palette but that is as far as it will let me go, cant add anything to the new palette.this is why i was tryin to create them on mine and copy to thiers.
You should be able to fix the "Unable to execute the tool" error by repairing AutoCAD, if not uninstalling and reinstalling it. If you happen to be using Windows 7, set acad.exe to run as administrator and turn UAC down to "Never notify." Those may help.
Try switching profiles within AutoCAD. The error can come from a damaged profile. You might also try resetting AutoCAD to defaults. To do this, click Start > All Programs > Autodesk > AutoCAD 2012 > Reset Settings To Default. It will let you save your current settings first.
The final thing that I know of which can cause the error is something being wrong with the .NET Framework in Windows. AutoCAD 2012 uses .NET 4.0, so you can try uninstalling and reinstalling this. There are two entries for "Microsoft .NET Framework 4" to uninstall. There is just one installer to put them back. Here is the link:
Please let us know if this helps.
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