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INTERNALERROR: !AcQuoI)IEntity.cpp@71S0: eWasOpenForWrite

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11-22-2013 04:56 PM

Hello,

 

I can open a drawing but when I click on the model tab this error pops up and the program closes.

Any help would be appreciated.

 

C3D w/ multiworx. SP1 installed

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mikeevans
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Re: INTERNALERROR: !AcQuoI)IEntity.cpp@71S0: eWasOpenForWrite

11-23-2013 08:35 AM in reply to: smcgeomatics
Version? OS?

Not sure what multi works is.

Are you using a shipped template? May be a corrupted one.

Does it happen with other files? Try using tilemode command instead, does this work or give same error?

If so perform factory reset or reinstall.
Mike Evans

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Re: INTERNALERROR: !AcQuoI)IEntity.cpp@71S0: eWasOpenForWrite

11-24-2013 02:21 PM in reply to: mikeevans

Mike,

 

The error does not come up when I use tilemode but it also doesn't fix the problem either.

 

It happens on every drawing and on new drawings with different templates.

 

I have done a factory reinstall and that also didnt fix the issue.

 

I am using C3D 64 bit on Windows 8

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Jeff_M
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Re: INTERNALERROR: !AcQuoI)IEntity.cpp@71S0: eWasOpenForWrite

11-24-2013 02:46 PM in reply to: smcgeomatics
Which C3D? 2012, 2013, 2014, other?
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Re: INTERNALERROR: !AcQuoI)IEntity.cpp@71S0: eWasOpenForWrite

11-24-2013 02:54 PM in reply to: Jeff_M
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Re: INTERNALERROR: !AcQuoI)IEntity.cpp@71S0: eWasOpenForWrite

11-28-2013 11:01 AM in reply to: smcgeomatics

I Re-installed windows and reinstalled Civil3d, not sure it was neccessary but I couldn't get any other solutions.

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Re: INTERNALERROR: !AcQuoI)IEntity.cpp@71S0: eWasOpenForWrite

12-02-2013 07:31 PM in reply to: smcgeomatics

The same error has come back. It is not drawing related it happens with all drawings I open.

 

Any help?

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Re: INTERNALERROR: !AcQuoI)IEntity.cpp@71S0: eWasOpenForWrite

04-15-2014 01:47 PM in reply to: smcgeomatics

This is definitely a problem with Multiworx.  Leica has been very slow to patch this program and give us something usable.  Please use the bug reporting tool in Multiworx and report the problem.  The more attention it gets, the more likely it will be fixed.

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Re: INTERNALERROR: !AcQuoI)IEntity.cpp@71S0: eWasOpenForWrite

04-15-2014 03:11 PM in reply to: smcgeomatics

How about trying our latest version? This was fixed quite some time ago (several versions back). If you install the latest version of MultiWorx 1.0.2 you should no longer have problems:smileywink:

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