I am running Civil 3d 2012 on Windows 7 32bit machine. Civil 3d crashed with error message not enough memory. I restarted machine, cold boot, now when i launch Civil 3D it gets to opening drawing c:\users\smh\appdata\local\autodesk\c3d2012\enu\te
This is really frustrating. Any suggestions.
start with clearing out your temporary file directory - use windows explorer and "%temp%" (no quotes) as a shortcut to your user temp files. select all and delete.
check and see if you have your printers. if not restart the print spooled service this is an anoying problem. mostly with HP universal drivers and Adobe products.
Process Monitor (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb
tried the temp folder delete, but there are many folders with some old dates, and in one case when i tried to delete it said it's a shared folder and if i delete it it will no longer be shared. I don't know enough about the workings here so i canceled the delete operation. There is an etransmit () dwt that keeps showing up in the temp folder after trying to launch autocad civil 3d. I also have AutoCAD Map 3D 2012 on the same machine and it hangs when trying to load the map2d.dwt template.
Both programs are part of the AutoCAD infrastructure design suite.
Our office has had the same issue happen off and on. I have tried every solution and they have worked but temporarily.
Is there a new Service pack coming or does anyone know how to fix this for good???
1. From START>RUN and type REGEDIT
2. In Registry editor, browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Autodesk\AutoCAD\R19.0
3. Then find EnableCommunicationCenter on the right side, select it and set Value Data to 0 (to disble).
4. Restart Civil 3D
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